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I recently had to send in this unit for warranty replacement of the hard drive.  With new hard drive none of my previous data was on it.  I did back prior to sending in the unit.  How do I restore the information, such has files and pictures on the computer?  Thank you.

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May be this would help:
http://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c03270359

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I did not find this reply helpful.  I am sorry for that.  I am not that computer literate.  What I did a while back was to have send in this laptop for warranty service.  Before I did that I put back up on DVD/CD discs in the E drive.  It was not an external hard drive.  I need to know how to restore from discs on this computer in simple and direct terms.  Thank you for any help. 

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It depends on which method you followed to do back up in the first place

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