I think the 39MB partition is some kind of Dell OEM diagnostics partition that is also used to access the Recovery Partition you access with F8 to start the Recovery Process and access files on it but as you have already posted, F8 not longer works to bring up the Advanced Boot Menu.The Windows 10 upgrade must have broken something in the 39MB partition. Hopefully somebody else on the board has some ideas on a solution. I used the Hiren's boot CD and a program called Gimage X.I want to return my Dell Studio 1555 back to windows 7 from windows 10.I did not make back up DVD's of my original Windows 7 and now can't access the Dell Factory Restore function (F8, ctr F11).Dell Data Safe Local Backup is a safe, simple and reliable backup and recovery solution that can protect your system (OS, applications, drivers, settings) and data (music, photos, videos, documents and other important files) from data loss.
System Recovery Disc includes Windows OS, Dell Drivers and Utilities. You have two options to create a Recovery Media – DVD Discs or USB Flash Drive. You will need two 4.7GB DVD Discs or one 8 GB or larger USB Flash Drive accordingly. The application will now create the Recovery Media. So at anytime you desire to bring your Dell PC to factory state, you need to insert this media before booting and proceed with the restoring wizard.
I do see the Recovery E drive, therefore assuming it is still installed and functional.
I guess is installing windows 10 removes the ability to boot into the recovery partition and restore my dell. Has Windows 10 been installed for less than 30 days? Can you post a screenshot of Disk Management showing your Windows drive?
Delaying the start of this service is possible through the service manager.
A scheduled task is added to Windows Task Scheduler in order to launch the program at various scheduled times (the schedule varies depending on the version). The software installer includes 14 files and is usually about 926.4 KB (948,632 bytes).