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Creating a system image when requested to insert cd media in a non-existent F-drive

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My PC does not have an F-drive so I inserted the blank CD in the E-drive and keep getting a message to insert the media in the F-drive.

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@BobSch20

 

Hello;

Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!

Are you sure it is asking for a "CD" and not a "DVD"?

 

I'm asking because the HP Recovery Media disk set for my Win7 laptop is three DVDs plus a CD -- and I find it hard to believe the HP Recovery Manager could put all that information on a bunch of 700MB CDs, instead of 3.4GB DVDs.



I am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor represent, HP
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