Recovery Partition in Lenovo® IdeaPad U450p Notebook
How to recover partition in Lenovo IdeaPad U450p Notebook?
Lenovo IdeaPad U450p is a consumer oriented notebook. It uses a processor from Intel Core 2 Duo series, 4 GB memory of DDR 3 type and 320 GB HDD for utilizing as your secondary storage. The display can be made HD with the ATI Mobility Radeon graphics card. There are wireless connectivity options such as Wi-Fi Link, Bluetooth which are built in to the system. You have an optical drive integrated and the need of carrying an external drive is eliminated completely. The LED backlit feature to the display can improve the overall power efficiency of the system. The connectivity ports integrated to this model are USB 3.0, eSATA for data transfer to an external hard drive, HDMI and VGA for connecting an external monitor etc. The OS available by default is Windows 7 Home Premium. If you lost the partition and data in the hard drive due to a crash in the OS or the hard disk, you need to recover it with a recovery partition mechanism. It can create an image of the partitions and contents in your hard drive and reinstate it as it was.
Find below the guidelines for recovering corrupted partitions in your Lenovo IdeaPad U450p notebook:
- Using recovery tools
- With automatic recovery
- With online recovery support
Using recovery tools
You can recover the corrupted partitions in your hard disk with the help of third party recovery tools. If you are able to access certain partitions other than the one in OS is installed, you can run the recovery tools in your system after logging to recover the corrupted partitions. If you are unable to access the corrupted hard disk, you need to run the OS from another external hard disk and recover the partition in the corrupted hard disk using the tool installed.
With automatic recovery
If you are unable to boot your hard disk and you do not have any other bootable hard disk to recover the corrupted partitions in the other one, you need to use the automatic recovery you have already created. You can create a recovery disc and back up either with the default tool available in the OS or with a third party tool. You need to boot from the recovery CD and follow the instructions so that the data in your hard disk are recovered.
If you are unable to do the recovery by yourself, you can contact an online support center for recovering partitions. They may be able to analyze your hard disk with your permission and recover the partitions that are corrupted online using the tools available. It is important that you have an uninterrupted Internet connection to perform this online recovery.