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OneKey Recovery - Partition : Unallocated Space

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    OneKey Recovery - Partition : Unallocated Space


    Hello Guys

    With the help of this forum iam able to sort out the mess (Error Code : 0xc0000225)

    The thing is that my laptop lenovo G50-70 came with pre-isntalled Windows 8.1,

    when i bought they said to take backup of the OS using OneKey Recovery,
    since lenovo is not providing separate disks now a days,i forgot to take backup and i have tried to partition it using EaseUS then in the middle of this process i got an error 0xc0000225,i have solved this with the help of EasyRE neosmart (bought it online)
    it worked but the recovery drives and system_drv drive are unallocated,just two local drives are Healthy
    if i can make them work again i can get OneKey Recovery work again,
    using EaseUS Data Recovery iam able to see the lost drives and files.
    Is there any way i can make these drives work again i.e Healthy Partition ?

    Thanks in advance

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    Windows 8.1 x64


    Could you get us a picture of your Disk Management window using the snipping tool and attach using the paperclip on the Advanced Replies window?

    Also, including the listing from a reagentc /info command done in an Administrative Command prompt might be helpful.


    Be careful with EaseUS. At one time, it was causing problems for Recovery partitions on UEFI installs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    Could you get us a picture of your Disk Management window using the snipping tool and attach using the paperclip on the Advanced Replies window?

    Also, including the listing from a reagentc /info command done in an Administrative Command prompt might be helpful.


    Be careful with EaseUS. At one time, it was causing problems for Recovery partitions on UEFI installs.
    Hi SaltGrass

    here it is Click image for larger version
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    Windows 8.1 x64


    Well, all your recovery partitions show as removed... Maybe someone else would know how to repair them, but all I might suggest is to try to recover them with a different brand bootable Partition management utility.

    The recovery options will, of course, not work without those partitions.

    You might think about getting some recovery media from the OEM.

    Edit: I normally use the bootable version of Partition Wizard, which will not corrupt the Recovery partitions. But you have to set the system to boot a Legacy device since those CDs are not UEFI capable. Maybe someone else knows of another one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    Well, all your recovery partitions show as removed... Maybe someone else would know how to repair them, but all I might suggest is to try to recover them with a different brand bootable Partition management utility.

    The recovery options will, of course, not work without those partitions.

    You might think about getting some recovery media from the OEM.
    So i need to visit lenovo service center and get recoverable media?
    is there any other way i can make those partitions work again?
    because these service center guys are too lazy,
    i have approached them 20days back no response from then
    so i decided to sort this out myself.
    using this forum iam able to sort them out except this OneKey Recovery thing
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    Windows 8.1 x64


    You can use another partition management. If you don't want to use a bootable one, download another one and let it repair the partitions. Again, I only have experience with Partition Wizard, but there are a couple of others, just don't use EaseUS.
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    Windows 8.1 x64


    Does EaseUS have a Partition recovery option? Since the damage is already done, I suppose you could try it. I don't mean a Data Recovery, I mean a partition recovery which would be in the Partition management utility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    Does EaseUS have a Partition recovery option? Since the damage is already done, I suppose you could try it. I don't mean a Data Recovery, I mean a partition recovery which would be in the Partition management utility.
    yeah buddy iam doing that now

    the scan is up from 2hrs :P
    i guess it might take few more hrs
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saltgrass View Post
    Does EaseUS have a Partition recovery option? Since the damage is already done, I suppose you could try it. I don't mean a Data Recovery, I mean a partition recovery which would be in the Partition management utility.
    Does this helps OneKey Recovery to work?
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