Question about hidden Partition Recovery

Hi readers,

Bought Satellite Pro A200 last Nov. I am looking for what is called hidden Hidden 1.5 GB partition. I thought he would have shown in disk management.

I started pressing F8 for advanced boot options, as the manual says, the repair option is not listed.
Other users had this experience? Although I have the recovery disk.

deejaydee

Hello David

To be honest, I don't understand what you want. To make things clear: If your laptop is preinstalled with the Vista operating system this WinRE (Windows Recovery Environment) partition will be automatically created and this option is listed in disk management.

What is your question now?

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