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Windows 7: Restore recovery partition

01 Oct 2009   #21

Windows 7 32 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by SofTones View Post
I have used DeepFreeze ever since it first came out, I "tweak" and install/uninstall continuously, and it doesn't cause me any inconvenience.. It differs from ALL other stuff similar, in it's size, it's ease of use and it's performance... ( you'd think I have shares in the company ???) I have NO idea if it supports 64Bit, but they say it is NOT compatible with 7, well I have it running like a Swiss watch in 7, and dumped all the anti-virus, Win Defender, Firewall and associated BLOATware, NEVER had a virus, don't know what they are !!!! MAY have had one, but after reboot... all back to day one.. even have a Ghost image of C drive when I make any big change...
Are you using the more expensive version? I just get the impression reading the features list that one lets you make modifications and the other not. But that may just be my misimpression. I have to find out if it does 64 bit since I have Sandboxie for 32 bit and it won't work on 64. I'll dig around. Thanks for the reply.

Sorry to OP for OT but I was curious. :)

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02 Oct 2009   #22

Windows 7 7600 OEM

I do still read a few posts, so I may be slow in answering you... but NO, I use the standard version, and it really is my 'best friend'.. like I say, I can't say if it's 64 bit wise, I don't use 64 bit
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06 Dec 2009   #23

Windows 7
how to recover space from recovery partition

I upgraded from Windows Vista to Windows 7, and my recovery partition is still Windows Vista. I have no interest in being able to recover Vista. How can I delete that partition and add the space back to my main partition? Way back, I used Partition Magic to do this. Is there an equivalent program now, or is it built into Windows 7 by any luck?
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