|14 Nov 2011||#1|
need help with instaling windows 7 after factory recovery option..
hello! i've just used the windows 7 utility on my hp station pc wich is called "restore to factory bla bla something" and this seems like went smoothly, but when i try to reboot the pc, and after the "prepearing pc for first use" theres is a text box poping up witch says " could not complete instalation of windows, to install windows on this computer, restart the instalation" and then the system reboots again, and it all starts over... can any1 please help? cuse i dont know how to restart the installation, and i dont have any cd/dvd or usb, tried to download the windows 7 usb/dvd download tool, but as a first step it is requested a .iso file witch i dont have, and dont knowwhere to find..
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|14 Nov 2011||#2|
Hi thejonasway91, Welcome to Seven Forums.
I believe you have an OEM version of windows. The first thing you should have done is make your 'Recovery' dvd's.
Once thats done, you can use it to re install your OS. It can be done from the start menu, but I would do it with the settings you have at present.
Post an image of Disc Management.
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