[Windows 8] Copying a Disk with Recovery

Last Update date : 2014.10.17

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When a storage device with less capacity than before is connected

 

Step 1:

Connect an external storage device to the PC.

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Step 2:

In the Windows start screen, right click on an empty area.

 

Step 3:

Click “App apps” in the screen.

 

Step 4:

Click “Recovery” in the Samsung folder.

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Step 5:

Click “Disk copy.”

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Step 6:

Select “Recovering disk to factory settings” and click “Disk copy.”

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Step 7:

Start disk copy.

 

 

When a storage device with equal or greater capacity is connected:

 

Step 1:

Connect an external storage device to the PC.

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Step 2:

In the Windows start screen, right click on an empty area.

 

Step 3:

Click “All apps” on the screen.

 

Step 4:

Click “Recovery” in the Samsung folder.

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Step 5:

Click “Disk copy.”

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Step 6:

Select “Recovering disk to current settings” and click “Disk copy.”

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Step 7:

Start disk copy.

 

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