So here's a weird one... Upgarded my harddrive a while back while I was still on Lion and in the process of cloning from my 500gb drive to my new 750gb drive I didn't end up getting the recovery partition cloned over. Didn't really think much of it, hopefully I wouldn't need it and even if I did I made a bootable Lion USB. Fast forward to today. Decided to install Mountain Lion. Made a bootable key (just in case) but didn't bother doing my usual clean install method and just upgraded the system. Everything went fine and dandy but it looks like I still have no recovery partition (opening up disk utility simply shows Macintosh HD, and if I recall when the recovery partition existed it showed up there too). No where in the install process did the install mention that the partition couldn't be made. No warnings were given. It just looks like it straight up didn't bother to do it. So did I miss out? Am I SOL? I really wanted to avoid a clean install... I mean if I have a bootable thumb drive with Mountain Lion it's probably a moot point anyways but the idea of not having it JUST IN CASE is a little troublesome. Any ideas? My drive had the right partition table (GUID?) and was HFS journaled, so I see no reason for it NOT to have done so (and like I said, gave me no warning or indication that it didn't).