Sure, I can make a clean install of OS and then spend some time to install all drivers and ThinkVantage software, then create a backup and save it somewhere, but wondering if it possible to make from recovery.
Also, what is the latest SystemUpdate that works on XP and 7 (If the first statement isn't possible)?
You can download ThinkPad System Update for Windows 7 here (sorry, no Win'XP support apparently):
http://thinkpads.com/support/Thinkpad-D ... /X41t.html
Note: These are from Thinkpads.com and not directly from Lenovo/ThinkPad website.
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The only thing I can think of would be to somehow interrupt the script that runs when you go through a new restoration, as it builds the image, just before it captures. Then you can run updates as you please. After that, you would need to find the script that was running and resume it so it can capture the image and finish the recovery partition setup.
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