The HP Recovery Disc restores you computer to its initial state, erasing any changes and all of your data. It's really only to be used only in case of absolute necessity. Only one copy of the recovery disk can be created, so your first attempt to create it must succeed.
In English, the Start menu entry is called something like
HP Backup and Recovery Manager. If you enter "HP" you should find it in the list. Another possible name is the "PC Help and Tools" menu group. If you still can't find it, go to
C:\Program Files (or whatever it is in Swedish) and search for a directory whose name starts with "HP" and may look similar to one of the above names, where you can find this program.
The Windows 7 Recovery Disk is much less destructive and can recover some computer errors. It's best to have both discs, just in case.
From Create a system recovery disk in Windows 7 :
- In Control Panel, click
System and Security, and then click
Backup and Restore
- In the left pane, click
Create a system recovery disk
- Insert a blank CD in the DVD, and then click