In this situation I would do nothing at the moment. I would simply go on using Mint for the moment till I have re-gained access to my USB pendrive / USB harddisk / DVDs etc.I have no USB's or DVD's to hand at the moment so all those options are out of the window.
Packard Bell wrote:If the problem persists, use the recovery software to restore Windows to the original factory state:
Make a backup of personal data, as the recovery process will erase all your files, such as email and photos.
Power on your computer. When the Packard Bell logo is displayed, press and hold the ALT key while pressing repeatedly the F10 key. Release the keys when a message displays that Windows is loading files.
After the system recovery program has loaded follow the prompts to reinstall the operating system.
In case the recovery software does not start, you need to use Recovery DVDs or CDs
jakasaurus wrote:Hi, I have a Packard Bell Easy Note TK-87 64 bit was runing windows 7 and mint on a dual boot thanks to a virus I have lost windows but have found my recovery partition on my hardrive on my hardrive with linux mint. I have no clue how to get this to run or if will even run. If you can help but need more information then please do not hesistate to ask also I am not afraid of losing my stuff my only ask is I have no USB's or DVD's to hand at the moment so all those options are out of the window.
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