A recovery partition I'm not sure of, but you can make a backup image of your C drive which is essentially the same thing.Is ther a way to create a Recovery Partition on a computer that you built yourself. If so, how and with which software. My last computer came with Windows XP Home SP1. When I updated it to Windows Vista the program that came with my computer was Phoenix MBR F4 Recovery. This program wasn't compatible with Windows Vista or Windows 7. Are there any like it that are ?
I use ACRONIS.A recovery partition I'm not sure of, but you can make a backup image of your C drive which is essentially the same thing.
A very good, free program for you to use would be Macrium Reflect Free.
Go here to check it out: http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.asp
It's fast, user-friendly and doesn't hog resources.
I use ACRONIS.
Not if you need to reset the computer to factory conditions.Surely my solution to this problem is by far the best.
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