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Cannot open disk 1-2- 3 for system recovery, this file does not have a program?

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You will probably find that you have to boot up the laptop with the CD in. Put the recovery disc in and restart your laptop, if asked during boot up press any key to boot from CD, do so and follow the instructions.

Hope this helps and let me know how you got on

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