l hp dv6-6179-er: recovery on a new hard drive

Hello world!

I had the problem with my laptop, it is impossible to re - install windows from the recovery DVD, because the hard drive is broken. Is that going to be a problem to set the new hard drive and install the operating system? Is that there should be some error messages or something?

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shakog wrote:

Hello world!

I had the problem with my laptop, it is impossible to re - install windows from the recovery DVD, because the hard drive is broken. Is that going to be a problem to set the new hard drive and install the operating system? Is that there should be some error messages or something?

The recovery disks work on a new hard drive, if they do not post back with the error message.

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