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What is the difference between a recovery disk and a boot disk

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#1 Zllio


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Posted 03 November 2008 - 09:13 PM

Most computers come with a recovery disk, but is this the same as a boot disk? I often read that people should make a boot disk? It seems like when I've needed to, I've been able to boot up using my recovery disk. I think I'm not clear about why it's necessary to make an extra boot disk.



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