Wasting money trap
I bought this notebook Emachines E525 m. KAWFO 3.07 at Walmart, I paid $348,00 plus tax, I considered a good price that's the reason I chose it, I used it a couple of times and now when I try to turn it on I see a message on the screen which says windows failed to start and then it keeps going ahead by itself through the startup repairs process then suddenly appears another message on the screen which says: windows cannot repair this computer automatically. If you continue to see this message, contact your system administrator or computer manufacturer for assistance. click finish to exit and shut down your computer. Well I called the manufacturer and they said that I have to pay $129,00 per hour for technical assistance, then I realized why it is a good price when you buy it. I barely used my notebook and I'll have to spend $129,00 to keep using it; I went back to Walmart to try to return it and buy a HP because I have a HP desktop and I have 5 years of free technical support and never had any problems with technical support every time I nedeed it, but they said it couldn't be returned because there were more than 15 days that I had bought it. I had told to a friend of mine about the price when I bought this computer, he was about to buy one because he thought it was a good deal, but I called him back about all this issues, I told him it's probably better to spend a few bucks more to have a more reliable pc with better assistance which he agreed right away, that's all I can do, let as much people I can to know about my experience, I hope it can help.