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U need to create a new partition and then install the software. Windows 7 will set up a new hard drive and I am sure that Win 8 will do the same. Just throw in the disks, make sure the cmos is set to boot up from the cd drive first and follow the prompts to install the software.
In a lot of cases, the recovery disks you built may be looking for installation files (windows installation files) from a partition that is on the original drive of the machine. Your new drive would not contain this partition or the files. If you can STILL get into the old drive, I would consider putting both drives in your desktop.....and then use an disk imaging software to do a disk to disk clone of your drive rather than reinstalling Windows from the recovery disk. There are plenty of options for free cloning software.....just google free disk imaging, and you will probably find a ton of options with instructions. One thing to note....when cloning a drive be VERY careful when choosing your SOURCE and DESTINATION drives. Your SOURCE would be your old drive with your data, and your DESTINATION is your new drive. If you mess up that step, it will overwrite your old drive with the "blank" data from the new drive, and your data will be lost.
The other advantage to cloning, is you will get an exact replica of your current configuration. you dont need to reinstall programs or reconfigure things.
This is about user password and there is no easy fix..but the procedure to get rid of it is not that complicated..Practically you have to reinstall the operation system or use the recovery partition to reinstall the OS ..and this will remove the password..reinstalling in either way will erase the C drive partition ..and if you have important data on this partition it is best to try to make a installation of the OS using the repair feature during and keep your data . or if you can not manage , just remove hard disk ..and add it to another computer running same OS..and browse for the folders in side and save them ..and reinstall after that .. you will need either the recovery partition or recovery disk or boot-able disk with the OS or a boot-able usb tool with the OS ..and the drivers for the motherboard and devices..
You probably can go to Gateway web site and order a recovery disk that was sold with the system. It would be worth it to own one in case you have the same problem again and plan on keeping the computer.
The only way to rebuild the recovery partition would be through the recovery disk that came with the machine. It does a complete wipe of your hard drives (both C + D) and rebuilds the recovery partition as well as restores the C drive back to its original condition. If you no longer have the recovery CD you can call Gateway to obtain one.
You allocation of partion is too low while the time of os boot , so the only way is you have to change partion space , use this number during partition 60555 MB this 60GB so you cant get full easily , you have to run the DOS mode booting then only you can get the partition location , you may be runned the os from normal opening cd setup mode from already booted os , for further clarifications reply me , i will help you , thank you , dont forget to vote for me .
DFFR: Debug, Fdisk, Format, Reinstall Debug to check the software is functioning correctly it has some debuging tools to do..
Fdisk can be done during the installation of os or you can right click on my computer -> manage -> disk management then partition... if want to fdisk without data loss then you can use disk partition software
Formating can done to disks directly by right clicking on particular drive and to formate the disk with operating system you need to have bootable cd or dvd
to reinstalation of operating system can be done using any bootable cd or dvd disks... and if you want to reinstall a software you can just put the software cd or dvd and then there would be an option for that just select it...