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You need to use the recovery kit maker from Asus called 'Backtracker' Its obscure but here is a direct link to the website. http://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1008641/ Be careful of course when using it and make sure you read the instructions


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A disk image is always handy, and you can use something like Macrium Reflect Free to do this: http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.aspx Alternatively, you can always do a clean install if you need to start fresh. This is the way I would go, as you won't end up with all the bloatware that comes on new laptops either. You can get the Windows 8.1 installation ...


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The Bitlock keys can be found in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (HKLM). Open the Registry Editor (press + R and type regedit, hit Enter). Navigate to: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\FVE Look for the values of DefaultRecoveryFolderPath. Source See also BitLocker Recovery Guide for more information.


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I had the same issue. But initially I had OEM installed Windows 8 SL and upgraded to Windows 8.1. I created boot USB flash drive successfully with instruction described at page Create installation media for Windows 8.1. On boot from flash USB flash drive I obtained option "Repair your computer" along with button "Install now" (in the left bottom corner) I ...


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Unfortunately according to this: if you are trying to erase the system disk that hosts the C: drive where Windows itself is installed and running, then even the powerful DISKPART command can't work: Windows simply refuses to erase the drive from which it is running. To erase such a disk, you need to physically remove it from the computer, ...


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Verify you have at least 4GB free: chrome://quota-internals/ If you don't, you need to use another Windows, or Mac to do it. Or linux if you follow their linux guide.


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I have recovered RAID 0 before (it was a using a Promise Fast Track raid controller that comes default on Asus p4c800e motherboards). Some things you need to know The moment any issue happens with a disk, in a RAID 0 (stripe), the array is dropped from the raid controller to prevent further loss. If you get your disk to spin, you can go into your RAID ...


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I can suggest you two alternatives to try. There are Nikon Camera drivers/software available. Please check that if any installation/update is needed or not in your PC. Try using a branded new USB card reader to transfer your photos. Regarding your query, there are recovery software available online which can cater your needs. Reference: Stellar Phoenix ...


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If your btrfs drive has subvolumes you need to pass the additional -r <subvol-id> option to btrfs restore. Unfortunately the scripts out there, like the one user414471 posted (http://oelkers.de/tips/undeleteBtrfs.sh), don't have an option for doing this, but they can probably be adapted to this. If you want to do this by hand you need to obtain the ...


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If you connect through USB to the camera can't you access the card and copy the data?


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Since you can view the images in the D90, why not transfer them directly from the camera to PC by USB cable? Once the files are saved, you can format the card in the camera, which creates directories, or scrap it. Directions for file transfer are on p. 148 of the user manual, available at ...


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Try recuva: https://www.piriform.com/recuva or try Disk Digger: http:// diskdigger.org/ both are available on Hirens BootCD: http://www.hirensbootcd.org/


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If you can connect to the domain again you can get your computer back on the domain. If you cannot do this then you are unlikely to be able to use that domain account again even if you create a DC Active Directory system with same details. The SID for the account you want to activate again is only valid with the original DC and any other DC will have ...



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