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There is a recovery already installed on your computer. I just hope the recovery hasn't been affected. This is why it is always advice-able to burn your recovery disk from your system into a disc because of situations like this.
Turn on your computer, at the start up screen, press F12 or F11, the system will show "Loading windows". This will make the system start up the recovery and you can proceed from there by following instructions.
If the recovery does not run when you press F11 or F12 at start up then it means the recovery software on your computer has been affected.
But all hope is not lost.
Look for someone (Maybe a family or friend) that uses the same HP g60, if the person hasn't burnt the recovery into a CD, you can do that and install it on your computer.
I hope you understand the above. Please let me know if you still need further assistance.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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