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I was trying to install linux on my machine(product no. XV699PA). It was not installed correct. After that i was not even able to start windows. So i formatted whole my hard disk. It also deleted the recovery drive. Now i want to ask can i restore my machine back to its out of box state. I have 8 disks of system image and 1 repair disk. Please help me.



See this page

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01895783

 

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Windows Automated Installation Kit  (AIK)  Is way factories make the recovery partition its also done by code an a pe platform so if u can code like i do can make your own  windows automated installations like recovery partition but be aware you also  need to be dang sure you know how to do this theres free training vids for aik on youtube if look an make sure u own a license for windows that can be used on several computers a regular install cd non upgrades do  also using this method they use in that http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc766093(v=ws.10).aspx

 

 

ps: im not responsible if you use this method wrongly 

 

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Hello,
I have a laptop HP ProBook 4530s with windows 7, and manufacture created discs: C: ) Local Disk , D : ) HP_RECOVERY

 E : ) HP_TOOLS.
I wanted to try the new windows 8, and so I deleted the main drive C : ) and installed at him system Windows 8. After testing Windows 8, I decided that Windows 7 was better after all. At that moment but my problem was, where I'll take ovladave suitable or even necessary the accompanying PROGR, who have been added to Windows since manufacturers such as like: HP QuickWeb, HP ProTools, HP 3D DriveGuard, HP Power Assistant, SRS Premium Sound,. .. All these drivers and programs should, in my HP_RECOVERY in the disk, but do not know how I open it.
So please advice ...
thank you ..

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Use this step----------

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8n-G9Rv2zo

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Hello kumarmayuresh.  I understand you'd like to recreate your recovery partition.

If you want the actual HP Recovery partition you'll need a set of recovery discs.  You can order these directly from HP.  The number for US/Canadian customers is 1-800-474-6836.  If you're in another part of the world you'll need to visit HP Support Worldwide to get your region's contact information.

RohanJannu's suggestion above will also work but I am unsure how closely this method will resemble the HP Recovery partition in the end.

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LOL ..  if you are like him. huh??  

 

If you have windows ULTIMATE, you can do this.. 

 

Don't trouble yourself AIK, there are other ways.  Make two partitions on your drive, a 4 gig one and the rest of the space for your working OS.  Install Windows 7u on the larger partiton. Now copy your ISO to the first partition or extract it to the first partition. download Easy BCD and either add the ISO to the boot menu or use the BOOT TO WIM option

 

.  And if you want to go further, I have VHD that is an exact image of the ISO that I could use too, now that I think of it.

 

Another Option to install a clean version of windows is to PUT THE windows 7 ISO on the flashdrive and use 

 

Yumi Multi boot USB creator.

 

There are free 3rd party DISK image creators  that will create Image of your C drive and copy it to your d drive and there you have a recovery partiton..

 

With Yumi, I put three ISO images of different OS on it, Linux being one..

 

 

good luck..

 

 

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I deleted my particion D on my hp computer which is out of warranty.  I want to CREATE a recovery partition.  computer keeps giving me a blue screen.  I ave original HP Recovery Discs.  Can I restore the computer and create a new recovery partition in the d location

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Hello BlaqRubi,

 

Thanks for posting on the HP Forums!

 

This YouTube video has instructions to follow that will help you with your task: Create Bootable Recovery Partition in Windows 7

 

Please let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks!

 

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