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My e-machine notebook will not boot up.

Everytime I attempt to use my e-book, I get a message window that says " a necessary component for the function is missing or damaged". My desktop screen never appears and always goes back to the user I.D. screen for logging in. At first, I was receiving a message that said " NDS..?? file was missing, so I ordered the original set of restoration disks from your company at the beher=st of one of your techs.It comes on now and at least takes me as far as hearing the Windows theme but will not open up to the desktop screen so that I can use it>

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  • odjones Aug 15, 2008

    My e-book is a 5310 using Windows XP with a 40 Gig hard drive as best I can remember!!!

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You may have a HDD thats developed some bad sectors or is going bad.

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