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Computer crashed my moms computer crashed, when you turn it on it makes like a buzing clicking nose. She talked to someone and they told her she needed to go buy windows xp, but she is on a tight income and I was wondering if there was something else that would work, or if you know where I could down load a copy of it for her.

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