Recovery Disk

  honeysuckle 18:15 11 Apr 05

I have just bought a new pc from Tiny but it didn't come with a recovery disk. Is there a way off making one or backing up the hard drive to my main pc before i use it or do i need to pay Tiny for it

  octal 18:21 11 Apr 05

Speak to Tiny first, you should have received a recovery disk.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 18:54 11 Apr 05
  honeysuckle 22:24 11 Apr 05

I opted not to get the recovery disk for tje moment as it costs £70 which I think is a lot

  woodchip 22:27 11 Apr 05

If it as a CDRW or DVDRW then create your own by Buying or getting from a Cover disc Acronis True Image You should create a Image file while it is clean and good working order. It is on PC Format Mag or so I have been told, check it out.

  stalion 22:41 11 Apr 05

why not buy a usb external drive and back up your system there are some here around £40 a 20GIG harddrive would be sufficient

  stalion 22:42 11 Apr 05

sorry forgot the link click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 23:17 11 Apr 05

You could also use maxblast3 to backup your system

Maxblast3 click here

  honeysuckle 00:49 12 Apr 05

I have another PC my main 1 as the Tiny is only a laptop. Could I back it up to the main pc's hard drive if they r networked together

  octal 05:50 12 Apr 05

"I opted not to get the recovery disk for the moment as it costs £70 which I think is a lot"

That's a bit stiff! If its a pre-installed system they should have supplied you with a recovery disk, afterall, if you didn't know anything or have the knowledge about Sysbotz, Acronis True Image or external HD like a lot of people wouldn't how the heck are you expected to restore a defuncted system?

  User-312386 06:45 12 Apr 05

I know that Tiny are not obliged to give a recovery disc, however, it makes my blood boil. The majority of Computer suppliers give the OEM disc or a recovery option.

I say you have paid for an OEM so give the people who paid for it an OEM disc. They cost pennies to produce.

I put it to TIME/TINY to please give us an explanation in this forum, why there is no form of recovery on there systems if something goes wrong?

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