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Software how do i contact e machines customer service to get a replacement windows xp disk since i didn't get one when i bought the computer.

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i got the contact number for emachines cx care. there r several numbers and i need to know which country u r frm to give the exact contact number. if u r fr UK call this number 0207 365 0969.

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