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Hidden Partition access on Sony Vaio

By Grumpyroger ·
I have a Sony Vaio vgn-sz260p, and XP recently crashed I re-installed XP pro on it, and I know that there is a hidden partition on the ndrive (I did not re-format) it shows using a partition program. It is EISA, how do I access this drive to re-install the OEM drivers and stuff that originally came with it?
Sony does not make the DVD for this unit, and only offers driver downloads for it. Any Ideas?

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I'm not sure

by Jacky Howe In reply to Hidden Partition access o ...

how the recovery works on a Sony Vaio, but you should be able to access the hidden partition through a function key. For all I know it may have asked you when you first started it up, if you wanted to create a recovery CD/DVD. Anyway you should be able to download your drivers from here.

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=VGN-SZ260P

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Dear friend

by ashishpatel In reply to Hidden Partition access o ...

right click on my computer and go to manage then disk management then right click on the partion which you want to format and delete it and create again, in case any problem please contect me on ashishpatel@zydexonline.com


Ashish Patel

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Dear Friend,

by ashishpatel In reply to Hidden Partition access o ...

go to the divice manager=>disk manegment=> delete esie partion and recreat that.

Ashish

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The drivers are 'part of' the recovery partition ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Hidden Partition access o ...

So, if you re-installed from a DISC, there is little point in seeking out the drivers from the hidden partition.

They install as a part of the batch-file that re-installs your new OS.

Probably better to procure the necessary drivers from the manufacturers website.

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