Making a Permanet recovery Partition like th

Hewlett-packard / Hp g70 notebook pc
May 21, 2010 at 09:38:30
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Home Basic, 2 GHz / 3068 MB
Hello there !
I custom built a super Computer myself with the IdEs left from my dying Hp Pav 305W My 84 yrs Old father bought me at WAL Mart 7 yrs ago.
The New DESK Top Pc has a EVGA Mother Bd,with 5 Sata Drives ports (I am using One HDD) 3 PCI slots 2 PCi Xpress, Capacity for 8GB of RAM
an Nvidia GEForce PNY 1024 RAM.
PCB has Nvidia Chipsets water cooled factory pre installed!!!
A 450 Watts PWR Supply. 2 CD/DVD/RW Drives 1 Floppy Drive.
The Tower is a GigaBits Brand Black.

I have Win XP HOME Installed. But I did not remove the Drives connector cables attached to the Mother Bd.
I want to do a HDDipe out and re-install Windows,XP or whatever OS I choose.

But here is my Question, I am now learning the tweaks of creating a partition,I want to do is make a recovery Partition like Hp and DELL and IBM do in their Distributed Home Pcs with Pre-installed O.S.

I know it can be done ! I know how to acces by a command prompt "COMPMGMNT.exe"
I do know that you need to access the Recovery Console and work from there?

But How? Is my Question,can any Good soul help me?

My Nephew came from Irack and needs a Pc,so Me his Uncle Rafi has another EVGA and all the stuffs to Custom built him the same Pc I built for me, as he Has a Plasma Monitor Karman & Hardon Pc Speakers system and a Key Board from his damaged Pc he left in the Car Trunk while on Duty...
Anyone can E maill me if needs to do so.
I will be more than greatfull to get this info ASAP.


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May 21, 2010 at 09:44:47
Recovery partitions are ok, but it's better to create the recovery image on DVDs or on a separate hard drive. Then if the hard drive dies, you can just stick in a new drive and recover.

Acronis or Ghost do a great job.

The three most important things in computing:
1. Backups, 2. Backups and 3. Backups.

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May 21, 2010 at 09:45:31
Hardly a "super computer". Your best bet is to install the OS of your choice, all the drivers, all the updates & whichever software programs you prefer, make sure it's running 100%, then create an image.

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August 9, 2010 at 18:10:25
Creating a recovery partition

This can be done easily with Instant PC Recovery it will create the partition for you and give you an F4 option. It

even allows you to do updates and create emergency DVD's and works with all windows operating systems

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