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Restoring Windows programs like Word, etc. on Emachines T294

We had to delete our hard drive and start over-we reinstalled the Emachines disk but did not get all the programs we had originally. Can you advise how to proceed from here? We have downloaded some Windows programs but they charge for the main ones-thanks

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Contact Emachines and see if they have a restore set of disks for you.

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