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  • rob5888 Sep 26, 2008

    i have done it before without a cd or anything i have a viris of some sort that wont let the enternet work unless i click a popup link or something and antivirs stuff allways pops up plz help me make it like new my wife needs it for online school. email me at this email as soon as you can

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Use a CDs that came with the machine and use them to restore your computer. If your machine is new you have to burn the CD image because it's come with your computer as image file.

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