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Sony VPCSB1C5E - VPCSB1C5E Mode d'emploi Anglais

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Troubleshooting > Recovery / Recovery Media n168 N How do I check the volume of the recovery area? Your built-in storage device contains the recovery area where the data for the system recovery is stored. To check the volume of the recovery area, follow these steps: 1 Click Start, right-click Computer, and select Manage. 2 Click Disk Management under Storage in the left pane. The volume of the recovery area and the total volume of the C drive are displayed in the Disk 0 row in the center pane.

Troubleshooting > Recovery / Recovery Media n169 N How do I reduce the volume of the recovery area? Your built-in storage device contains the recovery area where the data for system recovery is stored. If your computer includes a solid state drive, you might want to minimize the recovery area by removing such data. 1 If you recover your computer from Recovery Media (optical discs) on the model without a built-in optical disc drive, connect an external optical disc drive (not supplied) to the computer and to an AC power source. 2 Insert the disc into the optical disc drive or connect the USB flash drive (not supplied) to the USB port while the computer is in Normal mode. ! Use Recovery Media you created upon delivery of your computer. You cannot use USB devices if you disable the USB ports in the BIOS setup screen. To enable the ports, follow the steps in Disabling Built-in Devices (page 133). 3 Turn off the computer and turn it on once again. ✍ If you are using the external optical disc drive or USB flash drive, press the F11 key repeatedly until the VAIO logo disappears. 4 Press the M or m key to select VAIO Care Rescue and press the Enter key. 5 Click Tools and Start advanced recovery wizard. ✍ When the Do you need to rescue data? message appears, make a backup copy of your data, if needed. 6 Follow the on-screen instructions until the Select recovery type window appears.