It all happened when I removed my Linux and Windows 7 from my Windows Vista dual boot. Windows Vista boots just fine but the recovery partition when hitting F11 doesn't work it usually works when hitting F11 but now it doesn't from setting the recovery partition to active, to making disks (which does nothing), to even changing settings in EasyBCD nothing works. I have tried and tried to go to every forum page to see if this problem has been addressed but nothing so similar happened before so I am stuck with the installation and not able to use the recovery partition what so ever. Just recently HP's website put my Compaq Presario F500 series laptop under the retired page! I really don't want to buy a copy of Windows for it since it already came with it on it. Does anyone have suggestions on how to fix this? I would greatly appreciate the help since trying to get it booting to the recovery partition now has been a frustration!
Edited by The-Windows-Guy, 06 August 2017 - 07:53 PM.