User Guides [HP Recovery Manager Trick] Creating more than one set of recovery disc and in ISO fo

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  1. bhupatib

    bhupatib Active Member
    Disciple

    [HP Recovery Manager Trick] Creating more than one set of recovery disc and in ISO

    For some users the recovery media creation using real disc fails (error in disc/power failure) and HP doesn't allows to create another set so this method is for them. With this method one can simply backup their recovery in ISO (which is much faster), burn to disc when they actually want to recover and create once again if they somehow loose the previous backup.


    CREATING MULTIPLE COPIES OF RECOVERY
    If you've failed once and HP now shows you this -


    screenshot.03-09-2012 09.01.17.jpg


    * Goto My Computer
    * Click Organize -> Folder Options -> View -> Check "Show Hidden Files" and Uncheck "Hide Extension for Known Files" and "Hide Protected Operating System Files" -> OK
    * Search for RMCStatus.bin
    You'll see two files, delete them.


    screenshot.03-09-2012 08.51.52.jpg


    * Now search for Rebecca.dat
    Delete.


    screenshot.03-09-2012 09.05.20.jpg


    Open Recovery Manager again and you'll be allowed creation!




    CREATING ISO
    * Download & install Phatom Drive
    Phantom Drive
    * Open Phantom starter -> Settings
    * Uncheck "Reinsert image if ejected" -> OK


    screenshot.03-09-2012 08.53.18.png


    * Use Phantom Creator to create a new DVD-R DL virtual disk and save it somewhere


    screenshot.03-09-2012 08.53.38.jpg


    * Open recovery manager and you'll see the option to select the Disk option!
    * After it completes burning to one disc, create another virtual disc using Phantom Creator -> Rename -> Repeat process.


    Done!

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  2. mohit1981

    mohit1981 Active Member
    Disciple

    That is good for HP user...wonder if there is method of doing the same in Dell inspiron Laptop.
     
  3. StirCwazy

    StirCwazy New Member
    Recruit

    I've got an HP Envy 20 (Windows 8) and could not find any of the files mentioned. So it would appear this method will not work for me. Any idea how I could go about resetting the counter?
     

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