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Hi, I'm Krunal from India.
I'm performing recovery of windows 7 home but but recovery manager just hanged at 74% and the windows requesting to not to turn off or unplug the notebook.
What should I do now?
Help me

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KP_rokz

 

OK, but need to know WHY you are doing the recovery.

 

Did Win7 crash and you are trying to reset your PC to a working state?

 

Did you Upgrade to Win10 and now want to go back to Win7?

 

We can proceed once you provide the information.

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Before performing the recovery I was using Windows 8 limited edition which was cracked for activation.

So I purchased genuine windows 7 recovery cd's from HP official.
This OS version was shipped along with my hp notebook at the time of purchase.

At first, I gave my notebook to hp service centre but they didn't make any partition of my hard disk.

So I did recovery once again to make a partition but I couldn't find any option regarding to partition. At that time somehow I did recovery of my notebook, but the problem remains same as there was no partition of my hard disk.

Once again I did recovery and in midway it's just stopped at 74%.

now what should I do?
This is my whole problem.
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And ofcourse I wanna upgrade my notebook to windows 10 once this recovery process is finished and I get my notebook to factory condition with two partition viz. (:C) drive and (:D) drive.
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Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the problem you're up against is that Microsoft only supplies drivers with the most basic functionality, and what you really need for FULL functionality is the specialized drivers written for the specific hardware found in your HP PC. HP only guarantees Win10 compatibility for machines made after August, 2013. HP does not have any schedule indicating when, or IF, they will be producing drivers for the older machines.

 

Without your detailed product number, I can not confirm whether or not HP has Win10 drivers for your PC, so please follow the directions in this link to find the detailed product number of your PC: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c03754824?jumpid=reg_r1002_usen_c-001_title_r0001

 

We can proceed once you provide the information.

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Thanks for your kind information I appreciate your valuable information.

But see,I've upgraded to windows 10 in September 2015 .
And used for 6 months till march 2016.
Tough, my notebook model is pavilion g6-2137tx and it's not tasted by HP for windows 10.
But its worked fine in my laptop.
So it's fine if I upgrade to windows 10 .

Now please tell me what should I do now?
As my laptop is not in working condition.

Thanks un advance man.
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Hey man, please reply to my massage.
You seems away for a while.
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KP_rokz

 

I'm confused about WHAT it is you want to do!

 

Your thread seems to indicate that you want to revert back to the original OS on the PC, but then in a later post, you said Win10 was working fine.  Then, at the last post, you said your PC is not working.

 

You also mention wanting to get your PC back to factory condition and, of course, you can not do that with Win10, as it did not come with Win10 preinstalled.

 

I checked and there are no HP Win10 drivers for your PC, but you said it was working fine in Win10.

 

So, what is you really want to do with the PC?

 

We can proceed once you provide the information.

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Haha 😆,,,sorry for ur inconvenience.

Right now my laptop is not working.I.e. In dead con.

So first, I want to recover my laptop to factory condition then after I'll upgrade it to windows 10

I've genuine hp recovery cd's for windows 7 home basic
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