Hidden partition recovery system

Hello

I bought Satellite L25-S1217. It has partition COST Windows Home and hidden (I think with the recovery disc). Salt (I think) has formatted the C drive and I don't know how the system of "recovery" of the hidden partition.
You have any ideas?

Hello

You have recovery DVDs with your unit? Laptops in the United States are not known to me, but I put t believe the recovery image is stored on a hidden partition. If yes then it takes an option to create own restore CDs.

As far as I know immediately Portege M300 was created, hidden partition to the recovery image. If possible check it please with the seller. Otherwise, you can use the facilities of Microsoft CD and then install all the things on your own.

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