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Recovery Partition on Dell® Inspiron 15

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Do you want to overcome recovery partition issues on your Dell Inspiron 15?

Dell Inspiron 15 includes a number of features and options which are extremely beneficial for the user. Sometimes, you might face recovery partition issues on your Dell Inspiron 15. However, this issue should be handled very cautiously since the recovery partition is directly related to the core sector of the computer system. Any mishandling may cause the entire OS to crash.

Below here you will get three most common issues related to the recovery partition of Dell Inspiron 15:

  • Accessing recovery partition during booting
  • Restoring laptop from the recovery partition
  • Recovering the full partition after formatting the entire hard drive

Accessing recovery partition during booting

One of the major issues of recovery partition is that how to access it while the system is booting .In this case you need to press the CTRL and F11 keys simultaneously. This will take you to the Dell® Recover Utility section. It is advisable that one must create a backup before restoring the system since this task will erase all the information. To tackle this situation you can visit the site of the Dell® which will provide you with the details of the system restore procedure

Restoring laptop from the recovery partition

This is yet another issue in case of recovery partition. The Dell Inspiron 15 allows you to get recovery image which is on the partition D: of the hard disk. In this case you will have to make a mirror image of the system and store it in the hard drive. You can also follow the Acronis® True Image procedure for creating the image of the system. Even the Keriver Image Backup will also provide you with the same result. It should be kept in mind that the image should be solely of the system and not of the recovery partition.

Recovering the full partition after formatting entire hard drive

This is a big question that often comes into the minds of the individuals that whether total recovery of the partition and the RECOVERY D is possible after formatting the hard drive. According to Dell®, the Factory image restore or the Dell® PC Restore is the last option to recover the operating system. These two methods will restore the system like the initial stage during the purchase of the machine. Since the restoring procedures permanently delete all the data from the hard drive so it is recommended to backup all the information before using the above mentioned processes.

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