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My operating system (windows vista home premium) got deleted???

I performed the systrem recovery as usual and to my worse dismal, my operating syatem got totally deleted...at least that is what said by computer tecnicians to whom i brought my laptop to...........
I just wanna ask whether or not it is possible for me to reinstall a completely new version of windows vista home premium because my previous package was only availabale in malaysia....and now i am in Canada............................So, can I get my lenovo working back into its normal state if i install a new north american version of vista premium????????

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Yes u can but u need also drivers those u can find in lenovo support page

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