Satellite A500-1CO - HARD drive recovery problem

I have a PC laptop toshiba Satellite A500-1CO.
Previously, when I wanted to again pour Windows
Recovery program HARD drive that I used

But now I delete d:\HDDRecovery folder and when I run the HARD drive recovery program a mistake with this article shows you:

Folder HDDRECOVERY not found in d: \.

Excuse me for my bad English



> But now when I run my program of recovery of HARD drive
> An error with this article shows:
> Folder HDDRECOVERY not found in d: \.

Have you checked if the folder in hard drive recovery leaves the local d? Perhaps, you have removed before...

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