Hard drive replacement, windows support, media does not support this computer?

Laptop HP G72 M #-C55DX, I replaced my hard drive with the same OEM, 4 recovery disks made when I bought the laptop new, replaced the hard drive, run startup test, memory and hard drive OK, insert #1 recovery disk, windows loads, then get the system recovery media does not support this computer. you are not able to restore the system with the media. I have windows 7 Premium I don't know what to do next. Thanks for the help. Frank

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My recovery disks that I had at the beginning are bad. Has bought the HP boot disks. up & running, thanks Frank

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