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I have dell 1558 model notebook. No in my computer there are three partitions viz1. you can also use the F8 boot function then select Startup Repair or Repair your Computer. LOLReplyDeleteAnonymousJuly 14, 2009 at 9:01 PMThanks alot...Now, Im doing that...ReplyDeleteAnonymousAugust 27, 2009 at 8:06 AMyou sir are a life saverReplyDeleteSaurabh GoyalAugust 27, 2009 at 11:45 AMThis comment has been removed by

Keep ending up with an error screen when trying the factory image reset... The hard drive has two partitions, C: and D:C: has been physically damaged and won't boot (nor can it been seen if the drive is installed as a slave drive in On the recovery partition there is "Tools" folder that has the imagex files to load the .wim file. No in my computer there are three partitions viz1.

It took 12 hours to remove enough kb updates to make room. (remember, DONT FORMAT C:\!)the apply should take about 20 minutes.(I was greeted with an error about not locating rstui, Someone else ALWAYS need help and it is good you shared your knowledge! I receive an error when the command imagex /apply d:\dell\image\factory.wim 1 c:\is running.

Walk away for 10 mins after entering the command.I initially thought this solution was not going to work as it took a few minutes for the system to indicate any progress.Thank share|improve this answer edited Feb 26 '12 at 16:43 answered Feb 26 '12 at 16:19 Moab 47k977129 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote Check this tutorial http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/7943-install-windows-7-fast-without-dvd-usb-device.html You will I had the .wim image and the pcrestore tools saved on D:\. You have done a formidable job and our whole community will be grateful to you.My weblog :: QuickLoanReplyDeleteAnonymousDecember 27, 2012 at 10:45 AMI am regular reader, how are you everybody?

the extraction process will start immediately. △ you can see the progress and remaining time. My 1st attempt I was met with a disk full error. C; drive exists and by typing ‘dir' I can see the contents. http://www.goodells.net/dellrestore/win7/win7recovery.shtml Press any key when you see the prompt, "Press any key to boot from CD or DVD.." The Windows Recovery Environment will begin loading files.

i formated it and installed windows. more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science But i must admit that the info was really really helpful.Why i required this help was because my hard disk crashed and i had the original recovery files (provided by dell) You should now have a Dell Restore option that works!Select the restore.

just give a mention to the other struggling ones out there to visit this post to see if it works for them. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-hardware/factorywim-file-in-recovery-drive/7c142504-9083-448d-ad17-95b5168210eb Click your browser's 'Back' button to return to this page.) Screen 1: Before starting, copy the imagex.exe file to a USB flash drive and insert the flash drive into a USB But, what about the bottom line? you have to "uncheck" the "hide protected operating system files" in order to see the files and folders...

Micro$oft seen that the wim files were not encrypted and anyone could take the wim, with a whim and make win 7 machines without need of a COA. Try the above two procedures first. Then I noticed that the machine came with a way to restore it to factory image. As such, these are kept entirely totally free from credential checksums.Matters such as defaults, arrears, bankruptcy, CCJs and even IVAs are not deemed right here.Further, there are also no collaterals associated

The message Factory image successfully restored! If not then you may need to use other options. In this walkthrough I'll be using a memory stick containing imagex.exe, and a windows 7 install CD that was lying around on my desk. the image restored and i typed exit and then click restart.I'm back into my normal Windows 7 factory image recovered system :D YAY!

Thank You. Screen 9: From the System Recovery Options menu, select the "Command Prompt" option. It all depends on the contractual agreements between Dell, and the manufacturer's of the parts they use.

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The first thing you should check to see if your computer has a recovery manager inside Windows. Screen 2: This is the main System Recovery Options menu. Is there special command to tell it the image is split in 2?ReplyDeleteAnonymousJune 13, 2011 at 4:39 PMI also had to download HBCD 14 and then use Mini XP to get Reboot and the computer should boot into Vista.

I have logged in as the admin account though. It took about a half an hour to get back to my factory restored desktop!I still have two years remaining on my Dell warranty with next business day onsite, and accidental Select Next as it shouldnt allow you to pick an image. then suddenly a scone appeared...

To check the drive letters, select the "System Image Recovery" option. (Note: this option is for restoring images made with Microsoft Backup, so it won't find the Dell factory image. Boot the computer using your vista dvd. 2. I have been tiny bit familiar of this your broadcast offered vivid transparent conceptAlso visit my web-site ; diets That work fastReplyDeleteassignments webDecember 3, 2012 at 2:23 AMHi there Nice Blog I have confirmed that c: drive is the original windows OS. △ Confirming that d: drive corresponds to the recovery partition. △ Confirmed that f: drive is the usb memory stick.

PEACE GRAVY, and BTW, Today I became a GRAND FATHER>>>>ReplyDeleteAnonymousMarch 28, 2012 at 10:16 AMAustin thanks. This is exactly what i was looking for, i was almost near buying a brand new windows vista, because i couldn't use the recovery option. Thanks. I have dell 1558 model notebook.

Does this solution apply for this too or do i have to change my HD. Thank you in advance.ReplyDeleteCountry WhisperingSeptember 5, 2012 at 6:28 AMHello, Looking for help with my Dell XPS Desktop. From that position, use the following command: > f:/imagex.exe /ref Factory*.wim /apply Factory.wim 1 c:\ The meaning of this command is as follows: f:/imagex.exe : you are calling executing the imagex.exe file i used my os dvd and then done repair then opened up cmd prompt, but none of the above comments seemed to work at all....

Restoring the Factory Image will erase any user-installed programs and user data. Thanks again.ReplyDeleteAnonymousFebruary 5, 2011 at 1:56 PMWorked exactly as described. Haha... TEMPORARY installed windows 7 back on using the restore CD with basic drivers etc..1/.

I forget to make the recovery disc first and installed the windows7 manually. input CD C:\Tools\PETools this commands lines to the tools folder that i copied from WAIK to the recovery partition (C: at the start is whatever your recovery partition drive letter was Just get here, alright?