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isockermom

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My son trashed his computer so I was going to buy windows xp for it and reload it. Is that the way to go. We don't have the recovery cd's as this computer was a hand me down.

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it's certainly an effective option...i find it best to always have some kind of disk....especially if the company from which you got the machine didn't send you a recovery disk...

but first...what kind of computer is this (make and model)
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It is a ibm T560/
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t650 is just the monitor....
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