Create a set of recovery problem

I have a windows 8, 64-bit computer pc laptop (HP pavilion g6). Whenever I try to create a collection set with DVD discs I get this message "we live errors in the creation of recovery media. Please try again. »

Any suggestions on how to overcome this problem would be greatly appreciated.

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    The messsage is likely to be run as a scheduled task - see the HP document on the following link.

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    I have a 1190 ca of Hp Envy 17 with sp1 of win7 64 bit. Everything works fine, except that I got a message from HP Support Assistant telling me to create a "recovery package" (the recovery Partition backup). When I bought the laptop, the technician gave me 7 discs with the recovery of the windows OS System. I would like to know if these 2 things are one and the same?

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    http://h10032.www1.HP.com/CTG/manual/c04496534.PDF

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    http://www.Corsair.com/en/Flash-survivor-stealth-USB-3-0-32GB-USB-flash-drive

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