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How do i install the disk? and is it theone that comes with the computer or do i have to purchase a new disk

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2. backup your E-mail and contacts and music and other files, either to an external disk-drive, or burn some CD/DVD disks, or copy across your local network to another computer.
3. turn the computer off
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9. reinsert the battery
10. reconnect the AC adapter
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