Partition recovery & system NB250-108

Hello!
How can I recover/reinstall the SYSTEM (e) partition on my NB250-108 because I did something stupid and messed up my SYSTEM partition (E :) so that no software resides in this score now.

The information I want is what should be the Partition sizes for the DATA (d) and SYSTETM (e), what software should I have installed under the SYSTEM partition and is at - it all URLS where I can download it from, this software also must be made bootable? (for recovery system etc.).

Please note: I'm still all software should I under the partition DATA (d :)) and its single partition SYSTEM (E :) software missing.) I hope not to have to pay for the recovery DVDs!

Thanks a lot for your help and your suggestions.

Hello

> The information I want is what should be the Partition sizes for the DATA (d) and SYSTETM (e), what software should I have installed under the SYSTEM partition and is at - it all URLS where I can download it from, this software also must be made bootable? (for recovery system etc.).

No, you can't download the image of Toshiba.
If you want to install the Toshiba Recovery disk image, then you must order the CD from here:
http://backupmedia.Toshiba.EU/landing.aspx

Then you would be able to reinstall the image of Toshiba, but for this you will need an external USB CD/DVD drive.

The other possibility.
You could install a fresh Windows 7 operating system with a USB key.
To do this, you would need something like Wintoflash
http://WinToFlash.com/home/en/

Need driver can be downloaded from the Toshiba driver page

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