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Re-boot I need to re-boot my laptop. I don't have the orginal start up disk. What other disk can I use to reboot my laptom

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Hey Mate,

 

If you have an operating system disk, or access to one, you can reload your system. Once reloaded, go up to the HP website for all the drivers for your system and the additional software that will support it. A bit difficult, will take several hours. But, it is doable.

I do this all the time with donated assets for disabled vets. I just reloaded an HP ze4424 pavilion laptop doing the same thing. If you have access to broadband internet all the better. some of the files are quite large... 200-300 Meg.... 

 

 

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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