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It will not update and i can't get my eRecovery for data secuity manamgement i think it has been deleted from my laptop can you help

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You don't need it and Acer will not fix it unless you take the machine in to them. If you screw up the system, just reload Windows from any CD, and then download the drivers from Acer.
Such as:
http://www.user-guides.co.uk/cddownload/Acer/AcerAspire/Acer-Aspire-7520-XP-Driver-CD-Recovery-Restore-Disk-134633.html
You may want to down load the drivers before the system goes down, so that you have them on a CD.

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