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Old 10-20-2010, 07:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Recovery disk

Dear Friends,
I have a new HP mini 210 without DVD burner. I need to create a Recovery DVD but without DVD burner I am not able to do this. Is there any way to make recovery disk or recovery file (in USB) without DVD burner. I have one dell laptop in which I have DVD burner. Is it possible to use DVD burner of dell laptop to make recovery disk of HP mini 210?
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DVD burners are DVD burners. A DVD burned by a Sony can work in a Samsung. It follows the same format. As long as your drive can read DVDs, it can read any DVD.
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