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A30 won't load windows??????

I was having problems with my notebook so i used the system recovery disc and while it was loading it was interrupted so i turned it off. Now when i turn it on it won't load up windows????? I wanted to do a factory reset......now what?

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You need a fresh copy of windows, i have a brand new copy of xp pro if you are interested, i am a computer engineer so i need these things to hand

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