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NoteBook HP 620.How can you make a System Recovery Disk on HP 620 Notebook?

The HP620 model is possible to recover the system using F11. This utility formats the hard drive and reinstall Windows 7 on the hard drive.
My question is:
You can make a copy on a DVD media operating system, such as is done with the Recovery Disk Utility on the desktop models?

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Re: NoteBook HP 620.How can you make a System Recovery Disk on HP 620 Notebook?

Hi,

 

Is this your notebook Here?

 

If it is and your OS is Windows 7, a full guide to creating your Recovery Media is Here.

 

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Re: NoteBook HP 620.How can you make a System Recovery Disk on HP 620 Notebook?

Good morning, thanks for your quick response.
In the link you sent me shows the Compaq Presario CQ40-620AX Notebook PC and paragraph Software & Driver Downloads-Utiliy-Tools is the HP USB Flash Disk Recovery Utility.

In my HP 620 Notebook Intel Pentium T4500 WS734EA 2.3 GHz 32-bit Windows 7 Premium. in the section Software & Driver Downloads-Utiliy-Tools is NOT Flash Disk Recovery Utility ........

I do not know if the HP-Tools Utiliy Recovery USB Flash Disk Utility from the Compaq Presario Notebook is compatible with my HP 620.
Please could you tell me anything about it?
Greetings and good weekend.

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Re: NoteBook HP 620.How can you make a System Recovery Disk on HP 620 Notebook?

Hi,

 

Click the Start Menu, open All Programs and scroll down the list to see if you have a folder called Recovery Manager - if you do, open it and see if it contains an applications called Recovery Disc Creator.  If you have this application, double click it to launch the program which should then guide you through the process of creating a set of Recovery Discs.

 

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Re: NoteBook HP 620.How can you make a System Recovery Disk on HP 620 Notebook?

Good afternoon, my HP 620, there is no Creator or Application Recovery Disk Recovery Manager folder. My system only allows me to create a system disk reaparación and create a disk image. I contacted HP and Spain sent me the DVD with the OS Windows 7 64 bit. and the Drivers for my HP 620.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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Re: NoteBook HP 620.How can you make a System Recovery Disk on HP 620 Notebook?

Hi,

 

Thanks for replying and good to hear you've got it sorted out Smiley Happy

 

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HP 620 Notebook

Hi

 Dear sir

i want my system recovery file because my destop is not working properly

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Re: NoteBook HP 620.How can you make a System Recovery Disk on HP 620 Notebook?

PLS MY HP LAPTOP 620 HAS A HARD DRIVE PROBLEM SHOWING "NON-SYSTEM DISK OR DISK ERROR, replace hard disk" but i have hard disk already, and it is a new laptop
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