Mini 210-2003

hi can anyone help i installed windows 8 preview as a new install on my netbook but still keeping the restore partition i want to restore back to default os windows 7 the f11 command not working just loads windows 8 and the f6 command for no os factory reset dont load just loads back into windows i have loaded a copy of windows 7 and installed drivers etc but f6 and f11 still not working i tried downloading back on track but still wont load restore partition any one can resolve this issue no recovery cds just recovery partition thanks 
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Log into Windows 8 and use the search charm to invoke the Computer Management window.
Click on disk management and wait while it loads up the virtual disk manager. 
Right-click on the recovery partition and click on the mark partition as active option.
Save the change and exit Windows 8.
Restart the mini and it should boot right into the recovery manager.
There are  two or more other options available if that one does not work for you.
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