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Windows vista can not be started after full destructive recovery?


paudeljg

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I have an ADVENT 9117 with windows vista. it was very slow and thus I have started FULL DESTRUCTIVE RECOVERY. But after that it always opens the repair and recovery window. Can I get any suggestion to start windows normally?

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chub_tor

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Does this article help you? it was written for Win7 but should apply to Vista.

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Terry Brown

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If you have the vista system disk, you could try starting from disk and select repair, this should -unless you have wiped it- activate the hidden sector on your harddrive and restore Vista to factory defaults.

If you do not have a Vista disk,try to borrow one and use your own licence number when requested.

Terry

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