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This is pretty much the only way to get a recovery cd for this laptop:
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Ok, first you want to right click on my computer, select manage, services, and double click on wireless zero configuration and select automatically under startup type and click on start. Double click on the icon for the wireless zero configuration next to the clock. Select the correct wireless connection and click connect.
The power supply is failing and cannot provide the necessary power to charge and run the computer. You'll need to search the internet for a replacement power supply. You can potentially damage the computer if you continue to try to operate it like this.
what you need to do is try restarting the system and press and hold press and hold F8 keyit will take you to system restore. then you can select from options with different dates back. it will now restore the system to the last best known state.