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Unable to locate computer filename

Computer can't start because file is missing, cd-rom needed and inserted but computer filename was asked..do not know what is the filename for this, where can i find this?

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  • Ian Cormier
    Ian Cormier May 11, 2010

    please give more info on the computer itself and more so, what is the missing file name?

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Hello

which operating system you are using, please let me know.

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