You can't verify the presence or absence of the recovery partition from a command prompt since that partition has no drive letter when it leaves the factory. This is so it can't be seen in Windows or via a command prompt and therefore nothing can be accidentally or mistakenly deleted from it.
However, if you have "restructured" the partitions on the hard drive using a partition manager utility, you may have destroyed the recovery data. To find out what partitions are present on the drive (all partitions, including hidden ones and those without a drive letter) you can boot your computer from the free MiniTool® Partition Wizard Bootable CD
If that doesn't show you a partition named "Recovery" or something similar, it definitely doesn't exist.