Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
Since you said nothing else worked for you, I believe doing a factory recovery may be the only option left. I would try from your recovery partition first instead of the DVDs though.
Thank you Brink for your reply,
I faild only in doning system restore with trying the first mothod.
I didn't try 'repair system' and also ''Through System Recovery Options at Boot.'
I want to understand at least to try doing a system restore 'Through System Recovery Options at Boot.' and ''repair system' even the problem didn't solove I would finde out what benefit from 'System Recovery Options at Boot.' and ''repair system'
However, I scared that I followed the remain steps in the second method because I found that the letter of my system's drive was D instead of C.
However, I will do the final solution to be the restore from the backup from either 'the Recovery of Factory in the D, or in the DVDs.
By the way, I think that the backup which is in DVDs is a copy of the Recovery of factory which is in D.
There is an option to do a backup in the HP Recovery Manager, but I would also recommend to manually copy and paste anything that you do not want to lose to another location that is not being formatted to be safe.
Could you let me know how I can do a backup in the HP Recovery Manager to keep a copy from my system before I do the restore from the Recovery of factory only in order to benefit from it. If you will say to me open 'bakup and restore icon', I will say that it didn't respond and even its command ''sdclt'' didn't respond.