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What kind of dvds to I get to create the recovery discs for this computer. I need to know exactly as i am new to a notebook computer

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  • kpw001 Apr 04, 2011

    What brand and model is your notebook?

    Many companies have stopped sending recovery software on disk and placed that data in a separate partition on the hard drive. This varies by brand and model.

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Please provide with make and model number. You might want to contact the manufacture for the disk. Sometimes they require to buy the disk. They should have provided you with recovery disk. Also it's best to ask for install disk when you purchase the notebook. It is common they don't because it saves them money.

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