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I am pretty sure eMachine computers don't have AOSS buttons. AOSS stands for "Airstation One-touch Secure System". The button would only be on a wireless router made by Buffalo. The button is used to initiate a secure connection between it and a computer.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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