Windows 8: How to recover initial status with the partition divided

Last Update Date : Jan 09. 2018

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First, turn on the network adapter on your computer. Back up your files before starting the recovery process.

If the Windows booting is not available, turn the computer on and immediately begin pressing the F4 key 4-5 times repeatedly to run the 'Recovery' program.


Step 1:
Go to the Recovery menu, select Recovery tab and then choose the computer initial state (at the far left) of the Recovery point
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Window 8: Choose the Computer Initial Stage of the Recovery Point

Choose the Computer Initial Stage of the Recovery Point


Step 2:
Change the Partition settings from [OFF] to [ON]
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Window 8: Switch the Partition settings to ON

Switch the Partition settings to ON


Step 3:
Use the slide bar on the After recovery to adjust the drive volume
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Window 8: Adjust the Drive Volume

Adjust the Drive Volume


Step 4:
Click the Recover button on the Recovery panel to start the process
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Window 8: Start the process by clicking on Recovery button

Start the process by clicking on Recover button


Step 5:
After the recovery has finished, click OK on the System Restart window
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Window 8: Click OK on the System Restart window

Click OK on the System Restart window


Step 6:
Go through user registration process (same as your first purchase) when the recovery is completed 
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Window 8: User Registration Process

User Registration Process


Step 7:
Use File Explorer to find the new D drive
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Window 8: Locate new Drive D using File Explorer

Locate new Drive D using File Explorer

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