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pavilion g6-1118tx
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 There is issue related with speed of my Laptop....so I want to recover my pavilion g6-1118 tx...I have recovery DVDs... .Tell me how can i recover my lapi with these DVDs

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Put disk #1 of the recovery disk set in the optical drive.

 

Restart the notebook and press F9 to choose the optical drive as the boot item.

 

Recovery manager should begin.

 

Follow the prompts.  

 

Choose factory image recovery.

 

Follow the prompts and put in each disk as the script requests.

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Thnku very much...
i need to put disk in optical set before or after pressing f9????
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You will need to have the disk in the optical drive before attempting to boot to it.

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the DVD backup will not boot here.

As per instructions the DVD Drive was NOT given as a choice in the list.

 

This is an Envey just received back with a new HD with Win 8.1 original factory install only.

My backup is on 17 DVD's from before the HD was repaired they are Win 10 backup.

 

If I don't get these installed it will be 4 days before all this is reloaded.

I made these 17 DVD's for a reason to avoid this.

 

Help?

 

 

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@bacobits HP Recovery Disks are never 17 dvds so I assume you made this "backup" with Windows backup feature? As such they are not bootable installation media, but used to restore files & settings after a new Windows install.

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Yes it was a complete back up of the hard drive.
How do you use them? If not bootable.
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You will have to use the same program to restore the backup that you used to create them with.

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It was through win 10 restor backupe disc maker.

 

I just updated from the installed factory replaced 8.1 to win 10.

It happens my serial # is no good for win 10 activation. So the factory win 8.1 install serial was no good. Nice! Contacted

microsoft and got a new one. OK win 10 now activated. I'm just loading everything back to the way it was. The discs were supposed to make it easy. Right!!

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