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Acer 3050 1554 No instalation disc

When i start up my computer it says windows could not complete the instalation to install windows on this computer restart the instalation how can i do this without a disc my brother has the same laptop as i can he make a disc from his if so how?

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Nope..where did you get the acer from? Go there, and get a system recovery disk.

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