Pavilion 1310ee g6: remove the recovery Partition.

My recovery partition has been formatted by mistake. And I have no recovery disks. My os was crushed, and now I have windows 10 preview (not true). I have the genuine key for win 7 Home Basic. but I don't have the recovery partition. I want to get the file from your web site recovery. But I am not able to download it please tell me how to do this. (This is the warranty has expired)

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Hello

The only way I have to offer is at HP USB recovery agenda directly:
http://support.HP.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-G6-1310ee-notebook-PC/5186808/model/5218276/document/bph07143

Contact HP: https://support.hp.com/us-en/contact-hp/product/HP-Pavilion-g6-1300-Notebook-PC-series/5186808/model/5218276

System recovery: http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-g6-1310ee-Notebook-PC/5186808/model/5218276/document/c01867418

You can use Alternatively installation of Windows 7 Home Premium for pure disk install.

Concerning

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