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EMachine won't complete restore, clocks on "What is the name of your computer"

I have tried multiple times to restore my pc with the eMachine Restore DVD's, however, when I get to the part that asks "What is the name of the computer" I am able to enter the name and when I hit next it will clock or just stop doing anything. I guess the windows XP setup has a problem. I first thought that my hard drive had a problem, but I don't think the process would have gotten this far

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There is a good possibility that the disc is corrupt. First try a different disc or test your disc in another machine. However, you can't totally rule out the hard drive yet. If the hard drive has a bad or failing sector, it will do the exact same thing. Most of the time when I run into this type of problem it's the disc. Another way you can check the disc is to copy the disc or make a disc image to the hard drive. If the disc hangs up or won't copy or make an image then the disc is corrupt. This will have to be done on a different computer with burning software, obviously.

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