HP Pavilion Slimline s7000n PC: HP Pavilion Slimline s7700 recovery disk for proclaiming

Hello I clear my system using what I've been though a restallation vista drive. I used "RepairOS fixing system for all computers Boot CD Windows" I thought that he would return to the reset to factory, but instead, he destroy everything. How much would a true drive Installation HP Pavilion Slimline s7700n cost. It will fix anything I missed upward.

I am pleased of this drive I bought is allowing me to connect using Linux, which I hate because I have no time to learn all the new things.

P.S. I installed XP on my system, but I'm not able to connect because of all the drivers are missing or XP does not work on this HP Pavilion Slimline s7700n.

Help, please.

Contact HP if the recovery discs are still available.

If you live in the USA/Canada, call this number...  1-800-334-5144.

If you do not live in the USA/Canada, call the support number HP business PC for the country where you live.

http://h50146.www5.HP.com/lib/doc/manual/desktop/b usiness_desktops/6005us_332630_007.pdf

If HP does not have them, they can be acquired from computer surgeons you exact model:


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