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I would be surprised if ToysRus told you to contact FixYa. This is an advice site largely manned by volunteers, with no connection to ToysRus or Edu-Science. I would suggest that you contact Edu-Science to get the missing CD, or insist that ToysRus refund for the defective (missing parts) item they have sold you.
Don't worry about Jupiter. It is not going to disappear. I have been watching it for decades and it is almost always up there.
You will not find a specific manual for that small telescope. However Meade maintains a web site with manuals for their telescopes. Find one similar to yours and download it for free. AND-- forget about doing astro-photography with that telescope. You might get a picture of the moon but not much more.
www.Meade.com look under Customer Service--- Manuals
Try to attend a local Astronomy club's star party in your area and ask questions.