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I have formatted my pc.cd is broken , i don't know to install and run online. pls help. its my personal computer

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Hi, is it a desktop or laptop? have you considered a replacement cd drive? they are easy to put in, and inexpensive these days. this is what i would do. if you need help with this respond. hope this helps! (not sure if you can install from online source,(been a long time since i did that, (windows 95 days) good luck.

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