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Firstly, Back up all your files and serial keys. Windows included. The easiest way to look for that is to: Restart your laptop Press F11 as soon as the Lenovo Logo appears. If you partition is intact, it will take you to the recovery manager. If not, you can try F8/F7 at startup for Windows Recovery. It should give you an option for the Recovery ...
For later reference, I had the following issue: DELL Precision 390 with Linux/Debian wheezy installed (X86_64) A VHDX backup of the pre-installed Windows XP 64bits (see disk2vhd) A BKF backup of all the files using the default NTBackup program No Windows XP 64bits rescue disk My issue was to reset the system back to Windows XP 64bits. Attempts: I did ...
I wrote a python script to do the restore. I use the fact that alphabetical order for the incremental backup directories on the Seagate is chronological order. The script steps through the directories from earliest to latest, and overwrites files in the destination directory, so the last version of a file written should be the latest file. I had to move ...
If you don't mind a monthly fee of approx $9/month (quantity discount available) then use CrashPlan. It what I use.
Windows has a built in backup program that can be scheduled to run. Go to Control Panel/Sytem and Security/Backup and Restore. You can schedule what files and how often to backup. In addition, there are some third party vendors who provide similar products. The one I use is Crashplan. However, I don't like backing up to the "cloud". Call me old fashion, ...
A recovery software may be the solution. There are many data recovery software available online. Install and run the software on your system. Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery can be a good option to try. Note: Try to run the software as soon as can be since overwriting minimizes the chance of recovery.
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