recovery, then on new hard drive

I put a new disc in and everything went well until I tried to use the recovery disc.  I get the message that this cd contains the software originally installed on a hp pavilion pc. If you receive this message on a hp pavilion call hp support.  Now, I don't know what to do, it is an old computer and security disappeared. The computer is a hp pavilion a800n. Can anyone help?


Did a quick check and the part number for the recovery software is for the a800n 5069-8794. You can find it via a number of retailers using the part number in a search engine.  This software must be recognized by the system hardware and provide a recovery solution. I hope that the software you were using was the same number of Assembly.  If this is not the case you can try to acquire the software above and it should work with your system. Good luck!

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