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Phillips x55p NEED RECOVERY CD FOR NOTEBOOK PHILLIPS X55P

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Try calling the customer care section of the manufacturers of the product or maybe it has a recovery partition in it.....maybe u find an expert close to you who could help you out...

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  • 1. Turn the notebook upside-down.
  • 2. Remove the battery pack.
  • 3. Remove the 8 Phillips screws on the bottom half of the notebook.
  • 4. Turn the notebook right-side-up.
  • 5. Raise the LCD.
  • 6. Remove the top half completely off of the notebook. Remove the 3 keyboard cables from the motherboard and set the top half of the notebook aside.
  • 7. Remove the top Phillips screw from behind the LCD right hinge.
  • 8. Remove the Phillips screw that is located above the parallel port.
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  • 11. Remove the bracket from the old hard drive and install it onto the new hard drive.
  • 12. Slide the new hard drive into the notebook, making sure that it is firmly connected.
  • 13. Place the CD/Floppy disk back.
  • 14. Place back the Phillips screws that were removed in STEP# 9 and STEP# 8.
  • 15. Take the top half of the notebook and place back its 3 keybaord cables to the motherboard.
  • 16. Snap the top half of the notebook down and make sure that it is firmly in place.
  • 17. Close the LCD.
  • 18. Turn the notebook upside-down.
  • 19. Place back the 8 Phillips screws that were removed in STEP# 3.
  • 20. Place the battery pack back.

  • Enjoy!

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    Hi,

    According to what you have said, you might have created the Recovery disks after purchasing the notebook.Now you are trying to restore the notebook to factory settings, but they are not working.

    Even you have tried to F11 options to restore notebook using the Recovery partition of your notebook.

    Let me assist you in this regard.

    If the recovery disks are not booting, then we have to check if the issue is with the disks or with the CD/DVD drive itself.

    To check that, you need to try to boot with any other OS CD. If the notebook is booting with other OS disks, then the issue is with the Recovery disks itself.

    Even F11 option is not working, you have to make sure that D: Recovery is not removed.

    For your information, if the issue is with the Recovery disks, then you can purchase the Recovery disks from Hp at very low price.

    You can order them from the below link:

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