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#1 Jove


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Posted 26 March 2009 - 01:29 PM

Some time ago I installed the Windows Recovery Console, I did this by using an on-line D/L,
since I do not have an installation disc, nor do I have the original Hard Drive any longer.

Since the Operating system is built upon a Restore Disc, and since I am reading the BC Toturial on using the Recovery Console, in preparation for the possibility I may need it someday, .
and to find out if it can be used to back up my OS, etc.

I wanted to know will my present OS be any different than a PC that is using its factory OS,

and also since I have never accessed it and do not use an administrators password will there be a problem there ?

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