Booting a recovery partition

My HDD has a recovery partition in it and I just want to know how I can boot into the image from my laptop?

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Clarification Request
This usually has us pressing a certing key on boot.

But you left out the make and model so no one can look up what it is. If your HDD has a blown boot area no maker supports alternate boot methods. What happens next is we use the restore media for that model.

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(NT) Its the HDD in my laptop
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Inside laptop

It is the HDD in my laptop it says I have 141 gb of recovery partition but I do not know how to boot it I have an alienware x17

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Ahh, good old AlienRespawn.

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