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Motherboard driver is wiped out

The system was working fine, then I tried to reboot the system with Microsoft XP Service Pack 2. The system works fine in safe mode will not
start up regularly. It freezes when it gets to the screen where the little dots run across the screen to start.

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Run checkdisk
Start >> Run >> cmd >> CHKDSK
Then try Save mode again

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