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Pb pc wont complete standard system restore

I have a pb i extreme gold.doin a restore with the mastercd running fine untill preinstalling skype,stuck on 94%

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Hello, just want to let you know that the problem is not from your pc, it is from the master cd you have. pherhaps there is a little scratch

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Hi there.
You should have the option to skip the installation of Skype and carry on with the rest of the install.
Post back if you need any more info or help.

Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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PC Recovery and Piracy abstand_10423.gif abstand_10383.gif MEDION strongly supports efforts within the software industry to combat piracy, as it helps ensure that customers may confidently buy legal software.
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No Media − the PC does not include a recovery solution. In the event of a recovery situation, please contact the PC Manufacturer.

All MEDION computers that are preinstalled with a genuine Microsoft Windows operating system will have a Certificate of Authenticity attached to the PC chassis.For more details please click here.

If you have questions about the systems recovery option that is available with you machine, please contact: MEDION UK


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