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System Reserverd and Oem partitions

by touvaggeli / June 18, 2015 12:33 PM PDT

I bought a Lenovo G510 with an Samsung HDD 1TB. I replaced the optical bay with the above HDD. At the main disk slot i placed an Samsung SSD 128GB. I installed win7 64bit to the SSD drive. When i open the disk management i see:

Disk 0 (SSD):
1 Partition 1000MB System Reserved
1 Partition 111.69GB (C:)

Disk 1 (HDD):
1 Partition 1001MB Unallocated
1 Partition 929.56 GB Healthy Partition
1 Partition 1000MB OEM partition

What i want to do is when i hit the recovery button on the laptop i want the laptop to recover at the current state. Is this possible?

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I'm going with no.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 18, 2015 1:03 PM PDT

This area was subject to a rather long discussion and they never fixed it. Also, what good would a recovery to the current state be? It's already there!

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Recovery
by touvaggeli / June 18, 2015 2:22 PM PDT
In reply to: I'm going with no.

I was't preaty clear. My laptop came with a UEFI system for installing win8 64bit. I turned off the UEFI (using the Legacy option) and installed the win7 64bit.
What i want is when i have to recover my laptop to factory default to install win764bit and the laptop drivers not take me back to the UEFI state.

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Aha
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 18, 2015 2:30 PM PDT
In reply to: Recovery

You can try it but from prior discussions only the maker can re-image the drives to get their recovery system working if it's broke.

What I have been doing is to wipe the system clean and use the maker's recovery media (either made by them or ordered) and then seeing if the recovery key/button/system comes back to life.

Sadly this area has been a bit of a hit or miss. Mostly miss. Makers seem less than willing to offer any support when it breaks.

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I've never known an OS
by itsdigger / June 18, 2015 2:41 PM PDT
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to change BIO's settings

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Example.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 18, 2015 2:59 PM PDT
In reply to: I've never known an OS

Windows, Linux, others. How to?

Change the date in Windows, now reboot and back to the BIOS and the changes are there.

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