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I am unable to use an image from the disc. The prompt tells me to install disc 2 but does not recognizes it. This is a new computer for me , therefore this should not be happening.

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Then you either have a bad CD/DVD disk drive, or the disk itself is bad. Try a bunch of other disks and see if you can make the problem happen again if so, then call for warranty replacement of the disk drive (free). If you can't it is most likely the disk that is bad and call for warranty replacement of the disks (also free).

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