Satellite A200 - how to get Vista back?

Hi all

Recently I bought used Satellite A200. The person who used it removed Vista and it seems, he removed also hidden HARD drive partition, I need. The only thing I have is the key product vista Home premium on the back side.

Is it possible to go back to vista? Thank you

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Hey Buddy,

Why must you the hidden HARD drive partition? If Windows is deleted, the hidden HARD drive partition will not help you. It's just a feature of Microsoft for the Windows recovery environment and t can restore windows.

In any case, I think you need Toshiba Recovery disk to restore the version preinstalled Windows.

I put t know what Satellite A200 you have exactly, but no more, you can order a recovery disc [here | https://backupmedia.toshiba.eu/landing.aspx] or ask a [certified maintainer | http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/generic/ASP_SUPPORT/].

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