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The following is a link to your computers support page.
http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=W-Series&model=W3105
I would suggest to contact their company and request them to send you a copy if it is still under warrenty. I this however fails i would then suggest to purchase a entirely new O/S. however this is costly. This is because the recovery disks are burned from your computer's machine ID. another words, the hard drive, set a certain machine code and those recovery disks are code sensitive. I personally have never been able to recreate a recovery from another source, even with Identical stats.

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