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Check the BIOS settings. The bios is the operating system for the core hardware, and windows follows the bios directions for hardware. Something you might want to look for is bus frequency, and any hard drive compatibility settings.
There is no way around having one - your laptop will overheat and cause much more damage than without having one - good news is, they're easy to replace and not expensive. Here's a link for one..but try ebay as well..
Make sure your memory is securely installed. please check
Personally i don't believe you needed the bigger hard drive.
Restart and go into bios setup once in set to default settings
then f10 to save and exit.
Let me know what happens
rebooting a laptop means turning it off then on again not to it's original state, your are using a recovery disc which will reformat your drive the reinstall windows, loosing any documents or files you have saved.
The serial or product key code for windows is always on the underside of the laptop
You can also pick up the batteries less expensive than most computer places at batteries plus. And yes it sounds as though it is the batteries charge is getting low, especially if it runs fine when the battery is out and you have it plugged in.