|11 Oct 2012||#1|
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Do I really need to initiate the HP Recovery disk service?
Hi everyone, my new HP PC keeps bugging me to start the HP Recovery disk service in case i have a problem, "It will allow me to restore the factory OS and drivers and software". It says if not i will have to buy the disk later. But...
I already have the 4 disk set with my OS (and all the drivers and bloatware)
I am preparing to get an external HDD and install Macram Reflect free to make full snapshots in case of a catastrophic HDD failure.
In the interim i have all my documents/pics etc backed up offline with a free backup service.
I would like to just cancel it next time it pops up and asks me. Thanks!!
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