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No Restrore Disk for Viscom V2 Premium Desktop Computer

I have to instal a new hard drive for this computer. Model 7100
I dont have a restore disk to install the hardware drivers. Cant find the drivers or system restore disk anywhere. Computer built by ECS Elitgroup, sold by shop nbc. Any suggestions?

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Install windows, when it's done go ahead and run the windows live update. Hopefully most of the drivers will be automatically detected.

What OS are you going to be using?

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