G72-250us: will not perform the system recovery

After completing the formatting and by copying all the files on the three disks that I made, the recovery program sees no bootable device when restarting. The original hard disk drive (320 gb) cooked and I replaced it with a 250 GB ssd. Ant help or explanation would be appreciated.

Hi there @caper84,

Welcome to the Forums of HP Support! It's a good place to find the help you need, other users, the HP experts and other members of the support staff. I understand that you have a problem with the system recovery. I'll be happy to help you.

I found a lot of documents for this problem. Here are some help.

Troubleshooting problems of recovery HP System (Windows 7)

System recovery can fail or display error messages (Windows 7 or Vista)

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