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I want to restore my computer, but i dont have recover cds

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  • colmmahe27 Nov 04, 2008

    its an acer aspire 1350, recovery cds, is wht i need, can u help me

  • colmmahe27 Nov 04, 2008

    its windows xp, computer very slow want to do a system restore, full system restore

  • butch welch May 11, 2010

    why do you want to restore.

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Need more info *****, what kind of computer? what windows? does your computer have problems? or do you just want a copy of windows? Good Luck.

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Posted on Nov 04, 2008

  • Rick Drew Nov 04, 2008

    Okay, I can't send you a copy of Windows XP but I can tell you how to get one. If you don't already have a Torrent Downloader installed on your computer, you have to get one. Heres How. Type U-Torrent in your search window, when you get to the search page scroll up and down until you find utorrent download, this is free, and you want them to install it not save. after you have U-torrent then you will Type in Pirate Bay.Com. When you get to Pirate Bay page Click on Browse Torrents. Now your on the main page. you don't have to sign up, Click on APPLICATIONS and then Type in the type of windows you want in the search box. You will get a whole load of them available, Pick the one you want and Click the green down arrow. Good Luck.

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