Originally Posted by orc_dragoon
For some reason the fedora grub didnt detect my windows recovery partition
Actually, I don't think Anaconda cares about that. It's the Windows partition that it's trying to configure GRUB for. But it often botches it and accidentally targets a recovery or utility partition. Anaconda is a sucker for falling for (hd0,0) if it's a Windows partition whether it's the right one or not. Anyway, to intentionally launch that partition, try editing the grub.conf and adding a section for it. Example...
title Windows Recovery
It may or may not work. No promises.
P.S.: I would expect that recovery process to wipe the drive and restore it to its like-new condition. That sounds to me like it will do away with Fedora, other new partitions you've created, and your personal files. Be careful with that.