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how to download recovery manager? I have an Notebook HP 620, OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

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Notebook HP 620
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I need to restore my Windows 7 Home Premium, but I do not have the disk with the software. I know that pc should have the "Restore Manager" recovery program installed, but there is not. How can I do?
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If the Recovery Mamager and the Recovery Partition are not there, then downloading the Recovery Manager software is not going to do any good, either.  What you need is the Recovery Media kit or an install disk for Windows 7 Home Premium.

 

Is the Windows 7 COA somewhere on the case?


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What is COA? You know, I'm a bit inexperienced.

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The Certificates of Authenticity (COA)

 

It will have the Microsoft name Windows 7 and the version.  Most likely Windows 7 Home Premium plus there will be a product key to activate a reinstall of Windows.


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