Pavilion 15-p045tx: I deleted the recovery partition and I don't have the disc

I deleted the recovery by mistake partition while I tried to format my hardrives. I have no recovery disks when I bought the new laptop. I need help in getting my laptop to a factory State. Help, please

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Hello

Thanks for posting in the Forum from HP Support.

I'm afraid that, as the recovery partitions are parties and if no recovery media is created, the only way to return to the factory default condition is by buying/getting recovery (DVD or USB pen drive) media. You can get the HP recovery media (website or by contacting HP support - these are the recommended means) or by buying some stores online.

Here are the instructions > http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07143

> http://www8.hp.com/us/en/contact-hp/contact.html

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