Pavillion g7: System Restore ssd

Hello

I've read several questions regarding the problem that I am facing but nothing exacyly simmilair.

My HD in my Pavilion g7 series crashed in December last and appearantly data is also lost. We have tried everything.

Today a new HD has arrived, a Samsung Evo 250 GB Solid State Drive.

Using the recovery of this recommended HP CD to me I usually managed to format my laptop perfectly.

Now the process seems stuck at 46%.  (after you insert disc 2 to 25%)

I closed it after 30 minutes and taken over the whole of the process since the DVD will not eject.

I tried another number two recovery disk... (since I had 2 of each)

Now he's stuck again, this time on 42%.

I don't know what could be the problem and what is recommended.

I read something on the bios... or maybe that stuck to the partition, but this way, I can not install windows 7 on an SSD.

Any ideas anyone?

Thank you in advance!

LaDhy

Mista B says:

Restore will not work on a drive smaller than the original.

Seagate is a common portfolio for installation problems too.

Key will work on all the language versions or 32/64 bit & must just be same version such as Home Premium for example.

You will be able to format the drive in the stages of installation.

Google, installing windows 7 as loads of step by step guides.

You can also download a disc/usb minitool partition Wizard bootable version that actually very good preparation of the disc.

http://www.partitionwizard.com/Partition-Wizard-bootable-CD.html

Recovery media will work with a 160GB SSD at least.

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