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Enter recovery mode again by holding Command-R at startup. Go to the Utilities menu on top and then to Terminal. In terminal type in resetpassword then hit Enter. You should be presented with a reset password window there. Select the OSX drive you were using and then the associated user account. Type in the new password and you're good to go. After your ...


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It WILL delete your partitions. The recovery system is a sort of destroy and recreate the disk state, thus wiping other made partitions. This may be useful for some people who don't properly know how to handle partitions (a flawed installation of linux, for instance). I would recommend you use third party cloning tools, such as clonezilla, and create ...


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Ok, I tried it and it turned out it deletes all the partitions then creates its own.


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Try logging in as a guest user, then logging straight back out and logging in as the proper user. Works for me (my machine often, but not always, stalls after entering login details).


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Sorry, no. You can try a free software called recuva and try to save the recovered file to a flash drive.


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What comes to mind: Go back in time and burn recovery DVDs. Try asking Acer support / forums, that's probably your best chance of finding someone who really knows about Acer recovery partitions. Forget about it and reinstall windows yourself. Download windows iso from microsoft (possible for windows 7, probably for windows 8 as well) and reinstall using ...


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Outside of the fact that you are using the wrong disk to rebuild, unless you want to install Windows 8.1 instead of Windows 7, it sounds like your hard drive is bad and needs to be replaced. The hint for me was the Intel network boot device message. Do you hear any clicking or crunching sounds when you start up the machine? There are ways to confirm this, ...


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Well, firstly, when you stop a service manually through the proper controls, it will not be recovered. Secondly, after you stop a service in the Management Console, you'll need to refresh the page (F5) for it to display the correct status. Now, to simulate a service failure, you can end the process the service is running under. You can find this process by ...


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I have a Hewlett Packard Pavilion Slimline S5310f, running Windows 7 Home Premium and was able to make multiple 'Factory Recovery' Disc sets. (I only needed to locate TWO files!) from C drive locate the file hpdrcu.prc, and rename it hpdrcu.prc.bak ( I located mine at: C:\HP\ProgramData\Hewlett-Packard\Recovery\hpdrcu.prc ) then, from the D drive ...


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Just an FYI I used to work for ASUS a long time ago and the easiest fix for this it to call Tech Support they will be more them happy to send you a new bios chip flashed with the proper bios (that you request) as long as it is a board that has the removable bios chip.


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Copy to folder was not working whilst the message was deleted on the server but still present in Thunderbird. However, opening the saved message from disk in Thunderbird allows the copy to folder action to complete (File->Open->Saved Message then Message->Copy To)


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I'm assuming you are trying to create a USB recovery drive. According to the microsoft site here: Warning Creating a recovery drive will erase anything already stored on your USB flash drive. Use an empty USB flash drive or make sure to transfer any important data from your USB flash drive to another storage device before using it to create a ...



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