Installing Windows on new Pc Build VIA Recovery Disc Last response: June 15, 2013 10:06 PM in Windows 7 Share Kevin Durant June 15, 2013 12:53:11 PM Could I use my friends windows 7 recovery disc (Dell XPS 8500) to install windows on a newly built pc More about : installing windows build recovery disc ranco58 June 15, 2013 7:51:02 PM In short NO Ranco58 m 0 l kenrivers June 15, 2013 10:06:45 PM ranco58 is correct. The answer is no. Your best option is to buy a legitimate copy of Windows 7 and install it. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Installing Windows on new Pc Build VIA Recovery Disc Forum Solvedwindows 8 "clean" install on a new SSD, using windows 7 from recovery disc Forum SolvedWindows 7 "not genuine" after installing recovery disc. Why? Forum SolvedI needed the cd to install win7 OS for the very first time on new build pc.....it start up well and I booted up from the disc, Forum SolvedNew build pc- windows xp 32 bit oem then windows 7 upgrade disc Forum Can't install Windows 7 onto new build via USB (formatted by Mac) Forum SolvedBIOS works but PC shuts down during installing Windows 8 - New Build Forum Formated my disc and re-installed windows. Any help on recovery??? Forum SolvedClean install with windows 8.1 oem disc on new ssd before formatting old hdd Forum Install windows xp recovery disc from flash drive Forum Installing Windows 7 without recovery disks on a new SSD Forum Windows not listed in Recovery Mode on Install Disc Forum SolvedNew build, bios recognizes dvd drive/HDD but not windows 7 disc Forum SolvedWindows 8.1 install issue on new PC build Forum SolvedTrying to install a new hdd from recovery drive, windows 8 Forum SolvedWindows 8 Installation to New Build Intel Based PC Forum Re-installing Acer recovery discs on a repaired PC Forum SolvedInstalling Windows in my new build? Forum SolvedUsing an old HDD on a 'new' PC / Re-installing Windows 8 to a 'new' PC. Forum SolvedNew PC Build Fresh Windows 8 OEM Install Screen Flickering and Resetting Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !