Recovery Partition of Sony® VAIO VGN-NW28GG/B Notebook
Recovery partition issues on the Sony VAIO® VGN-NW28GG/B notebook and their solutions.
Recovery partition is a separate part of a computer’s hard drive, which gets its own drive letter. Reformatting of the hard drive of a system is followed by reinstallation of the Windows® OS, and the reloading and resetting of all programs. The entire process is time-consuming and tedious for the user. Most systems available in the market today have inbuilt recovery CDs that help in restoring the system to a brand new factory condition. This otherwise slow job of adding user-preferred programs and restoration of the system settings can be done quickly by using the recovery partition. However, you may face some issues while working with the recovery partition of your Sony VAIO® VGN-NW28GG/B notebook.
The following are some recovery partition issues that you may face while using your Sony VAIO® VGN-NW28GG/B notebook and the tips to resolve them:
- Non-functionality of the operating system
- Inaccessibility to HDD
- Tips for resolving the issues
Non-functionality of the operating system
The recovery partition of your Sony VAIO® VGN-NW28GG/B notebook can sometimes show certain kinds of problems. As a result of these problems, the disk is not detected and the operating system becomes non-functional. Just press the ‘F10’ key and get back the recovery disk. In case the operating system, like Windows®, is still working, you can recover the disk by using the ‘Fdisk’ option.
Inaccessibility to HDD
The second most common Sony VAIO® VGN-NW28GG/B notebook recovery partition issue is the inability to access HDD for running the partition recovery of the Sony VAIO® VGN-NW28GG/B notebook. Sometimes, even recovery CDs are not accessible to the users. In other instances, the recovery partition is not able to load the operating system normally. The third common issue is the hiding of the partition and inability of the hard drive to be detected by the system’s BIOS. Sometimes, the hard drive gets corrupted or malfunctions.
The basic way to solve these problems is to update the BIOS settings of your computer. Make sure that the hard drive has been appropriately installed, particularly in the CMOS set-up. Your system should be capable of reading the hard drive. In case you find that all the recovery partitions are corrupt;, just delete all the files and recreate all the partitions again. This is followed by running the Windows® set-up on the system. Another way to resolve these issues is by using a third-party recovery tool. These are read-only tools and can be useful for recovering all valuable data that has been deleted.