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Tattoo hidden partion

SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME
hi donna here again this is Imedia M82400NDRW came installed with softwear XP home etc. i have got master cd 1 - 2 i burned when first purchased + 1 Recovery Cd + 1 Floopy.
Problem is i had to replace hdd but now cant install cds 1+ 2 as message says not configed or invalid cd i have tryed to make boot disk with info from net but still no luck.This is the tattoo information hidden on hdd but system will not go until tattoo is done.Can someone please suply me with floppy?
Have contacted PB but they not much help
i realy want my system back.Can suply more info if i know what to look for
Thank You

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  • donnahurring Jul 21, 2008

    thank you i did try the old drive but no go thats why i got new drive as old one was slowing down and then gave up I have XP disk but are trying to get system back with softwear that came on system it is not easy when i got no idea of how these things work in hidden section but are learning thank you so much for the effort. PB tell me i need to retattoo hdd so thats what i am trying to do so if system has crash i have all the softwear to redo it as i have done that before off these cds

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Hi there, the disks will only work if you have the drive that came with the laptop/dekstop

You will need to get hold of an OEM version of Windows XP Home - you can reinstall from scratch, but will need to install the drives etc for your computer seperately,

You will use the licence key that was proved with your computer.

That will sort it out.

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Chris

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