Copying your computer’s recovery partition information to a new hard drive is necessary when you want to back up the information, allowing you to rest easy knowing that even if your main drive dies, you will still have the ability to recover your computer. This can be done through the file management tools in your operating system. Instructions
Right click “Start”. Click “Explore”.
Right-click the “Recovery Partition”. Click “Copy”.
Click on the desired location for your recovery files.
Right-click and select “Paste”.
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