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Can I Recover windows 7 from BASE.WIM ?


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sergeroyal

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Hi,I have been trying to recover my windows 7 from BASE.WIM Which is in H.P Recovery partition.

I have Base.wim which is and boot.wim and all the other files found in the recovery partition ( backed them up earlier ).


Please help , How can i recover my windows using these files ??

Thank you all in advance.


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What happened to your computer? Did you not make or get your recovery media? If you have an HP with Win7, you also should still be under warranty.
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What happened to your computer? Did you not make or get your recovery media? If you have an HP with Win7, you also should still be under warranty.



Well i was trying to install Linux and formatted the Recovery partition and messed my windows 7. And no i didn't burn the recovery DVDs and when i looked on HP's website and i couldn't find Recovery DVDs ORDER for my model.
I have a DV6 1390 and yes it is still under warranty.

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Have you already tried imagex ?

HINT: It is part of the Windows 7 AIK




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