Pavilion m9400f with HDD Recovery update

At OEM HARD Seagate 750 GB drive failure.  Run recovery disc and to halfway through 3rd disc had a blue screen of death appears with an error "nvstor.sys.  After the third attempt with the same error, I gave up and bought a new Seagate Barracuda Green 1.5 T to replace the OEM.  Connected disks to restore HP factory on the new drive and all 3 disks copied without any problem.  Until it restarted and not able to find the disk drive or the system start-up.  The HP recovery disks were formatted hard drive about 1.5 T< 120gb="" on="" two="" partitions,="" c="" and="" d. ="" i'm="" guessing="" the="" software="" recognized="" the="" sectors="" at="" 512="" vice="" the="" 4096="" as="" part="" of="" the="" seagate="" factory="">

Seagate tools ran on the new HD and zero out the boot sector to get it to where it should be.

HP PC-Doctor running and have two test failures. looking for random and funnel seek.  Disk surface test running now.

The bios recognized the SATA drive as HD #3 with the correct storage.

Operating system is Vista 64 with HP factory restore disks.

I want to overcome this current test with!  Summer to play with this for about 3 weeks.

Any thoughts?


The old man

You are the very welcome.

Could be a bad set of disks.

Try to make your own vista installation disc and see if you can at least determine if the discs you got were bad.

Here's how...

If you are in a fault light but rewarding you can do yourself if you can read your product key of Vista on the PC of 25 characters.

You just download the 3 files you need on the link below and read all the instructions to create a Setup bootable DVD disk using imageburn.

Do not take into account the part of the text in the first screen shot about "extract the files in the folder of Vista."

The files were extracted already in this folder when you ran the X14.exe file by reading the text on top of the first screenshot.

The other thing I noticed is on the 4th page, where it shows Developer ID Microsoft Corporation. I had to type Microsoft Corporation in me, and then other codes already filled in.

When I went to compile the ISO file, ImageBurn gave a message on a WIM file, file and ISO, and if I wanted to burn it in a different format.

I selected no, make the ISO file.

It was not so hard to do. I burned both the disk of 64-bit and 32-bit disk in case I ever need them.

I tested both of them one my hp dc7100 CMT desktop PC, worked flawlessly.

When you enter the product key, he knows which version of Vista you have.

After you install Vista successfully, you can then install the drivers for your PC and driver page support.


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