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emachines 3210 restore cd

Discussion in 'Software' started by ozzie1988, Nov 19, 2007.

  1. ozzie1988

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    whenever my computer starts running slow and playing up i usually put in the emachines 3210 restore cd to get the computer back to its factory settings. but now i have lost cd2 (the drivers) and cannot find it anywhere. i have been told i can get the drivers from the emachines website but i cant find them anywhere, can anyone help me? is there anywhere i can get the drivers cd or is there another way to restore my computer back to its original state?

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  2. Sparky
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    This might help mate

    http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html
     
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    Are you sure your model is a 3210? because it isn't listed on that site

    The site gives you options such as is it a desktop or notebook

    is it series C,D,E or S etc

    Do you know what your mobo etc is, if you do you could download the drivers from their website
     
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    still cant find it (this just a test by the way am getting strange errors)
     
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