Replacing HP Pavilion-e070sl hard drive with an ssd, how to re - install windows 8 64?


I recently buyed a Hp Pavilion-e070sl delivered pre-installed with W 8 64 and I need to know how the name of God how can I reinstall the operating system, since there was no installation dvd disc in the box? Or better (if we exclude the recovery manager and windows recovery disk), if somehow the hard drive does not work and I can't revive the laptop only by replacing one damaged by a new, how do I re - install the OS? And no, I want to order and pay twice.

Any idea will be useful.

Thanks in advance.

You are the very welcome.

Try to do the recovery with your old hard drive first media and see if it would work.

If this isn't the case, then I guess you have nothing to lose to see if the English version of the W8 will be install and activate it, but I don't know if you can change the language.

If you can, great.

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