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The problem here is that when disk burners stopped being $400 each, the quality went way down. What's likely happening is that your burner is sucumbing to an alignment or heat-related issue. My gut feeling tells me that you should do the burn, then wait about an hour (maybe two) and do the second disk so the electronics and mechanical parts have time to cool off.

[rant] The real issue in your case is that eMachine's recovery system is an after-thought. Any well thought-out system would let you select which disk to burn or give you the option to make ISOs so you could burn them on another machine. More importantly, they should just let you do this to an 8GB USB stick and call it a day. I would avoid machine that can't be bothered to give you an easy way to recover their machines, then give you the responsibility of creating the recovery media on sub-par hardware. [/rant]

Anyway, let me know how it works out.

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What kind of disk are you using to do the recovery disks Acer told me that i should use DVD-R disks But i dont think that is the problem all though it could be

i would be tempted to if possible take the laptop back to where you got it from because there may be a problem with the cd/dvd drive


And i reckon that if its a brand new laptop then it should create the recovery disks for you and if it dosen't then the seller should sort it out for you

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How do I create a back-up (recovery) disk?


Hi,

You can create a set to Recovery disk from the recovery partition, to do so Click

Start Menu> All Programs> Acer erecovery management> Click Create Factory Default Disk, if you
receive any error code or unable to burn the disk, please contact Acer Technical support at 1 800 816 2237 and order for an Recovery Disk.

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Jitha

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recovery disk for the model you're looking for is already installed within the hard drive, you can burn the disks out straight from the hard drive. the catch is, you can only do it once. so if you've already burned the recovery disks to CDs (or worse, if this computer belonged to someone else) you won't have access to the recovery disks anymore...

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Hello, Click the "Start" button located on the bottom left side of the screen. Click "All Programs" and then click "Recovery Manager Recovery Manager". Click "Yes" to allow the program to run. Click the "Advanced Options" button, then click "Recovery Disc Creation". Click "Next" for the program to analyze your computer2_bing.gif. This process may take anywhere from a few minutes to up to an hour to complete, so be patient. After it completes, you'll see a prompt asking you to insert a disk. Insert a blank DVD-R2_bing.gif or DVD+R into your drive and click "Next". The recovery manager will then begin burning the back-up disk(s). When one disk is done, the program prompts you to enter another until the recovery disks have all been burned. Click "Finish" to complete the process.

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If you don't have one borrow from a friend a retail XP disk and do a Repair or Inplace Upgrade install.

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You're going to have to restart the install with your recovery disk. It probably didn't properly finish writing to the hard disk and is failing due to a read error on the file it was working on at the time.

Try using the disc and restarting the entire process. :)

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