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Cisnet contact my computer is coming up with a message informing me that windows is shutting down per i need to contact the manufactur because my computer is not registering. i have called and looked all over the place for cisnet number per i have a nascar computer by cisnet. can someone please help

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Re: cisnet contact

Looks like you are running Microsoft XP Home SP2.
If you recently bought the computer (just over 30 days ago) you might be getting this message because you need to activate windows.
Look on your start menu under system tools for an "activate windows" icon and follow the prompts.

Another Guru on this site recommended this link:
For Manufacturer contact information.

Remember, your computer is under a 1 year warranty.

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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