Re: recovery disc D
Also, if it is an HP product, they do supply a utility that can remove the
partition; but, it is highly unadvised to do this. You usually only gain
about 10-20G anyway which doesn't last long with these new OSs.
The really good solution is to invest in a larger hard drive if supported.
"Curious" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> When you got your PC it should also have had instructions on how to copy
> the recovery partition to a set of DVDs so that you could use them to
> recovery in case of a hard driver failure.
> Some users after the have backed up their recovery partition in accordance
> with the manufacturer's instructions have deleted it but it is not
> "David B." <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> What ever recovery disc D is it has nothing to do with Vista, it's likely
>> a recovery partition created by your PC mfg to recover your OS in case of
>> a crash, leave it alone or contact your PC mfg.
>> "jim stephens" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
>>>i have windows vista home premium.how do you clean recovery disc D?
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