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Old February 10th 05, 03:33 AM
mcj
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Sir/Maíam,

I had an old computer, Packard Bell Model #1010, that I gave to my sister.
She tried to download the master CD that came with it to restore the
original set up of the cpu. However, the master cd has a factory defect.
Itís missing the dial-up adaptor to access the internet. Where can I get
a new master cd for this computer? Please help me. My sister and my
niece are still very much using this computer for school projects,
homework, and most importantly communicating with me through email.
Theyíre in the Philippines and Iím on the other side of the ocean.

Iíll greatly appreciate it if you can help me find a new master recovery
cd.

Thank you and have a wonderful day.



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Old February 10th 05, 01:58 PM
Ken
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mcj wrote:

Sir/Maíam,

I had an old computer, Packard Bell Model #1010, that I gave to my sister.
She tried to download the master CD that came with it to restore the
original set up of the cpu. However, the master cd has a factory defect.
Itís missing the dial-up adaptor to access the internet. Where can I get
a new master cd for this computer? Please help me. My sister and my
niece are still very much using this computer for school projects,
homework, and most importantly communicating with me through email.
Theyíre in the Philippines and Iím on the other side of the ocean.

Iíll greatly appreciate it if you can help me find a new master recovery
cd.

Thank you and have a wonderful day.



Would it not be easier to just download the drivers for your modem???
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Old March 1st 05, 09:32 PM
oziggyo
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Does the system tell you the adaptor is missing or no modem found or do you
see there is no icon for dial-up adaptor? What is the part # on your disk
now?

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Old April 15th 05, 07:11 AM
fixthatfoto
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first of all you ring pcservicecall in nottingham england - they can give
you the number for paackard bell in holland who will send out a replacement
dick for a price

hope this helps
"mcj" wrote in message
lkaboutcomputing.com...
Sir/Ma'am,

I had an old computer, Packard Bell Model #1010, that I gave to my sister.
She tried to download the master CD that came with it to restore the
original set up of the cpu. However, the master cd has a factory defect.
It's missing the dial-up adaptor to access the internet. Where can I get
a new master cd for this computer? Please help me. My sister and my
niece are still very much using this computer for school projects,
homework, and most importantly communicating with me through email.
They're in the Philippines and I'm on the other side of the ocean.

I'll greatly appreciate it if you can help me find a new master recovery
cd.

Thank you and have a wonderful day.





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Old April 15th 05, 01:37 PM
Ben Myers
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"a replacement dick for a price." I did not know that paackard bell in Holland
had branched into reconstuctive surgery and organ transplants to add to its
revenues! I assume that one is given some choice in selecting from various
sizes and colors? ... Ben Myers

On Fri, 15 Apr 2005 06:11:16 GMT, "fixthatfoto"
wrote:

first of all you ring pcservicecall in nottingham england - they can give
you the number for paackard bell in holland who will send out a replacement
dick for a price

hope this helps
"mcj" wrote in message
alkaboutcomputing.com...
Sir/Ma'am,

I had an old computer, Packard Bell Model #1010, that I gave to my sister.
She tried to download the master CD that came with it to restore the
original set up of the cpu. However, the master cd has a factory defect.
It's missing the dial-up adaptor to access the internet. Where can I get
a new master cd for this computer? Please help me. My sister and my
niece are still very much using this computer for school projects,
homework, and most importantly communicating with me through email.
They're in the Philippines and I'm on the other side of the ocean.

I'll greatly appreciate it if you can help me find a new master recovery
cd.

Thank you and have a wonderful day.






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Old April 15th 05, 06:47 PM
Elector
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ben_myers_spam_me_not @ charter.net (Ben Myers) wrote in message
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"a replacement dick for a price." I did not know that paackard bell in
Holland
had branched into reconstuctive surgery and organ transplants to add to
its
revenues! I assume that one is given some choice in selecting from
various
sizes and colors? ... Ben Myers

Ha ha now that Ben was a funny reply!
Elector


 




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