System recovery disks, do not install it on the new drive SDD

Hello

I have updated the HARD original SDD disk disk drive.
First of all, I cloned the old drive and installed the image but then the updates of windows would not work.

Looking at all the forums and I tried everything I read, but updates still did not work.

Finally formatted the drive and then used the original system restore disks that work fine on the old hard drive but Windows end retsarting continuously after all 3 disks installed.

He tried to finish the installation but then gets and error and restarts and loops just over and over again.

Is this something to do with the 4 k sectors?
Do I need other drivers?
How can I factory reinstall my Windows 7 disc new SSHD?

Thank you

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Hello

> Finally formatted the drive and then used the original system restore disks that work fine on the old hard drive but end Windows restarts continuously after all 3 installed drives

Generally, the Toshiba recovery disks should install Toshiba image on the new HARD drive or disc SSD and the unit should start correctly.

To be honest, I'm not very well why the laptop keeps restarting after the installation of m.
But I guess it has something to do with the partitions and sizes of the partitions.

Is that the Toshiba recovery disks would format the drive HARD (or SSD) and create the same partitions and sizes of the partitions.

In case the installation of the system would not work by using the recovery discs, I would recommend you trying to install the system by using the Microsoft Windows CD clean. The essential drivers may be downloaded from the Toshiba UE driver page.

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