How to recover my notebook at factory - out of box settings with recovery DVD's.

Due to hard disk crash i formatted my hard disk, also deleted all partitions including HP Tools and HP Recovery partitions. But I have my recovery DVD of my notebook that i have created at the time of notebook purchase.
When i Inserted First Disc of my RECOVERY DVD's ..WIndows installation started and recovery manager shown the error : "The System recovery media does not support this computer. you are not able to restore this system with media."
Please assist me to how to recover my notebook at factory - out of box settings with recovery DVD's.
I have hp pavillon dm4-1222Tx Entertainment notebook, Genuine Windows 7 64-bit. Thanks

Hello Anshul-Gautam,
Please take a look at this document, and let me know if the troubleshooting steps help resolve your recovery issues.
Good luck!
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