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Windows 7: I just to know how to use recovery DVD's

14 Oct 2013   #1
rasheedqutishat

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I just to know how to use recovery DVD's

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When I had my lap top I pulled the recovery as it came from the company on 3 DVD's and I want to know how I can use them because I have problem with my windows but I still start it and I want to get him back again like I bought it from the company


thank's in advance


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14 Oct 2013   #2
gregrocker

 

First I'd attempt to run HP System Recovery from its partition on the HDD, choosing Minimal Recovery if it's offered. This is close to a Clean Reinstall. Most tech enthusiasts would never do the full HP Recovery with all of the bloatware and other crapware that throttles WIn7.

If Minimal Recovery isn't offered then consider doing the superior Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7 without any of the HP bloatware. Everything you need to get a perfect intstall of native Win7 without any crapware slowing it down is in the blue link.

If you insist on having all of the bloatware just like it came from factory, then run Recovery from its partition first, saving the disks as backup in case it fails - otherwise you won't have a backup method if it fails from the disks.

Once full Recovery is completed you can regain some native WIn7 performance by following these steps to Clean Up Factory Bloatware
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