Need Recovery Process Advice

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by hans29, Apr 17, 2004.

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  1. hans29

    hans29 Registered Member

    Mar 29, 2004
    My computer (an HP 7955 with windows XP Home edition) has had a number of serious virus problems so I will probably have to wipe it clean then install a set of Windows XP recovery disks I bought. The directions came with the disks but I am wondering whether anyone out there who has gone through the disk installation process has any helpful hints as to precautions to take and/or what to watch out for to avoid problems and to avoid needlessly lengthening the process. Also, the question came to me that if I wipe my hard drive clean, I will have erased the software for my Envision monitor. Does that mean I have to reinstall the monitor software as the first step so I will be able to see what I am doing on the screen?

    Thanks. Hans 29
  2. dangitall

    dangitall Registered Member

    Feb 23, 2004
    New Hamster, USA
    Assuming that you bought your recovery disks from HP, installation should be fairly straightforward - just follow whatever directions you got with the disks.

    Windows will install a driver for a default monitor. After your reinstallation of Windows is complete, you can then reinstall the Envision driver.
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