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System recovery disc needed after reinstaling windows xp can you help

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  • Anonymous Aug 06, 2008

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  • shawn26 Aug 09, 2008

    when i turn it on it says disk error what does that mean

  • charlenegree Nov 29, 2008

    my disk will not read when i tried to do a system recovery. what do i have to do to do my system recovery.

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You should have them from your first install that should work, if not some emachines have a recovery section on the hard drive already that should allow you to re install your WinXP OS at least to factory origanal any time you want to Hope that is of some help to you. Thank you

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