I can't do on my laptop system recovery


I try my laptop HP Pavilion PC g6 recovery but it does not work! I did it last year and it worked, but now it doesn't! The problem is that when I remove the last CD of HP recovery (they are four) since the drive hard, after a while my laptop suddenly stopped! I so want to solve or to get any help here because I really need my work laptop.

Thanks for any help!

It is a possiblity that the laptop overheating causing the closure. Take a can of compressed air and clean all the ports, vents, etc. to ensure good air circulation. You might even live a small fan to the laptop while trying to run the recovery again.

Another possibility is failing hard drive. Use Diagnostics to test and memory. You should have diagnoses in the BIOS (F10 to light) or diagnostic system (F2 to turn on)

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