[Windows 8] User Backup with Recovery.

Last Update Date : Jan 08. 2018

     Creating a new drive





Go to “Control Panel” → “System and Security” → “Administrative Tools” →

“Computer Management.”




In the “Computer Management” window, select “Disk Management”

of “Storage.”



Among the Disk 0 partitions, right click the C partition.



Click “Shrink Volume…” and click the “Shrink” button.



Sufficiently set the shrink volume size and follow instructions on the




After shrinking, right click on a newly created partition named “Unallocated.”




Click “New Simple Volume” and follow instructions on the screen to

perform volume creation.






     Backing up with “Recovery”




Run the “Recovery” program.



Click the “Backup” menu.



Click “Yes” to run with administrator privileges.




Specify the newly created drive for “Please select a drive for

saving backup data.”



Click the “Backup” button to start backing up the current state.



Run Windows Explorer and check whether a folder named

“SamsungRecovery” has been created in the newly created drive,

and take caution not to delete or change it.

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