Error can not open file c:/recovery.dat Tags: Data Recovery Windows 7 CD-Rom Last response: January 30, 2013 6:23 PM in Windows 7 Share bbrth_81 January 30, 2013 5:39:03 PM hi experts pls help me after installing windows 7 through cd it came to an ERROR can not open file c:/recovery.dat myeamils firstname.lastname@example.org thanks More about : error open file recovery dat anonymous1 a b $ Windows 7 January 30, 2013 6:23:06 PM So you did a fresh install of 7 and right away it popped up "ERROR can not open file crecovery.dat" m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedc000021a Fatal system error when opening .mp3 file in Classic Media Player!!!!!!! Forum loading Windows 7 on new HD, Recovery.dat ERROR Forum how to open a file showing error file is protected with copy protect Forum SolvedWhen i try to open a file message says that the disk is not formatted in drive c Forum When I open a jpeg file to edit via Corel Photoshop 5, it records an error - media is write protected Forum SolvedI find files in "c:\documents and settings\owner" which I can't open Forum windows will not open any video file with WMP or VLC. get error message that system had problem and will close application. an Forum I get this error message when I open internet explorer on Windows XP: visual c++ & runtime error. How do I fix this. Thank you Forum Open file error! Forum When we open word file getting error message file encrypted or not permission Forum Error code: 0xc0000005 when I am trying to open up a file in Avery Design Pro 5. Forum Http://www tomshardware com/forum/153261-30-open-power-policy-file-error Forum XLM page can't be displayed error when I try to open stored files on my passport Forum I get C++ runtime error when I try to open word documents. Forum C++ OpenGL, SDL 2.0 Error While Trying to Load PNG Files Forum file open error Forum File Open Error Forum Open power policy file error Forum Can't open file and error soap message Forum MMC cannot open the file C:WindowsSystem32any_tool.msc Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !