HP Notebook 15ay075nr: Restore disk Image

Hello members of the community.

(1) I recently bought a brand new 15ay075nr Windows 10 HP Notebook. I just realize that I need to make a disk Image Restore.

-"Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 500 GB USB 3.0 portable external Hard Drive STAA500105 ' will be enough space to contain the system's image?

-Is there a recovery DVDs I buy on Amazon.com because my country does not sell these types of discs and HP does not accept my Zip Code which is outside of the USA.

(2) my HP Notebook PC is less than 1 year warranty. Can you provide the steps necessary so that I can contact HP for ' use on my PC remote assistance?

Unfortunately Windows 10 gave me many new challenges outside of Windows 7, which seems to me to be an excellent software.

.

Thank you.

You can use the program manager HP recovery on your computer to create a recovery DVD or USB (USB key only, will not work with any device which is recognized as a HARD drive), regarding the image of the system, in short, Yes, a drive of 500 GB will be more than enough space. Contact HP for remote, ago international support contact information available to support.hp.com, but they will usually only help in the case of something not working do not support how to do something on your computer, you can use this forum or service smartfriend

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