Hard disk with white screen and blinking cursor failure

When I turn on my HP G60-519WM laptop I now only get a blank screen and a blinking cursor.  When I run diagnostics from the BIOS, he reports that the hard drive breaks down the main hard drive as self-test.  The PC is about 6 months after the warranty period.  Two questions:

  1. If I replace the hard drive me how can I get all the HP utilities on the new hard drive and Windows 7?
  2. What are my options for HP perform an out of warranty repair?
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Hi Dan,.

See first of all, if you create a set of recovery on your workbook disks - there is a guide for this here.

If you create these disks, I think they would work to reinstall the operating system on your laptop, because they have the same reference no..

Kind regards

DP - K

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