The recovery disks will let me install Windows XP on a new hard drive?

original title: I have a hard drive goes wrong with Windows XP, the recovery disks won't let me install winxp on a new hard drive? I have a disc id and start product

I have a hard drive goes wrong with Windows XP, the recovery disks won't let me install winxp on a new hard drive? I have a disc id and start product

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Hello

For the use of the recovery disc, I recommend you contact the manufacturer of the computer because these discs are personalized computer manufacturers.

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