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Recovery disk problem

Have loaded on all 5 rcovery disks to pc but afer goes into windows screen jumps to windows burnin preinstalling software but just goes thru windows will shut down auto all the time and software does no install.

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I had the same problem, when you start up your pc hold f12 for a few seconds and should take you to install page of windows.

hope this works for you

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