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Samung RV510 recovery Partitons


stormrider123

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Hi Eveyone.

I have a samsung rv510 notebook. Recently something happened probably a virus. I was working on photoshop then suddenly i got a couplo of hundred messages saying Delayed Write Error and it said Fix now when i clicked it. it opened up some dodgy looking program called windows Fixer. i restarted and tried to restore wit the hidden partion by poressing f4 it idnt open it just continud to winows which was just corrup

So i used the smasung recovery Disk that came with the laptop and succesfully reinstalled problem was thre were no samsung drivers had to fget everything off the wbesite and also there was no recovery partion. I tried downloading samsung recovery soloutions of the website it gave an error when installing saying it couldnt find the recovery drive.

So my Question is can i somehow recreate this partion?

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stormrider123

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Thank You very much i have choosen to use macrium reflect Becasue i have used it before but i wasnt sure it would work for what i was tring to do now.

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