To the Satellite A200-23d HARD drive recovery

Here is someone who knows if the Satellite A200-23d has a HARD drive recovery integrated?


I can't say for sure, but I'm sure it comes with a 99% HARD drive recovery image.
Can you please tell us what your problem with this model of laptop?
How can we help?

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