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I have a emachine W2646 I have used the restore disk that they gave me when I bought the computer but when I get to the part that say's name your computer I name it and click next and it will not do nothingcan you help?

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Ok sids are a little tricky ,.. try naming your computer something easy
like the name you use here on fixya. or dont name it at all allow the computer to use its default signiture. if problem persists let me know i'll be more than happy to help you one on one .

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