Lodge B5S08UA: {Thae system recovery media don't dose not support this computer

After I bought it, I created the back upward on ((recovery media)) the DVD before doing anything. Now I have and I want to install it to the PC ((HP Pavilion M6-1045dx))

can someone help me?

Thae system recovery media dose not support this computer, you are not able restor this system with the media


Hi @ako89kurdish,

Thank you for posting. I read your post, and I understand that you have received the message "system recovery media does not support this computer."

Error message in Windows 7 HP system recovery: "the system recovery disks do not support this computer."

One of the following errors open when you try to use recovery disks:

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