Question about E-Machines M2105 Notebook
This means that the system is assuming you are doing a complete system restore to it's original set and condition. For this it will need to know where the restore backup files are kept for it to restore, this may be on a partition of your hard drive or on a backup disc that was supplied with the notebook, unless you were prompted to make a backup disc when youfirst booted up the notebook.
Posted on Mar 11, 2007
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I HAVE A E-MACHINE. If you have any C/files they will be lost ... But go ahead and un-plug power for at least one-minute. reapply power and insert the 1st Restore disc and continue through all your discs. If it asks for administrator it will cue you to type in a NAME for the user and a password. Make sure you save the password somewhere. It sounds like one of the discs did not properly load and caused a failure.
Its worth a try. Lucky you have a e-machine. Other computers like Dell dont give you the restore discs and you have to pay for Windows XP or Vista. Or take it back where you bought it.
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