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Can not get access into windows successfully. There are some noises when start my laptop. I can not restore the system. When I tried to restore C: with my bacup, the detecting process showed some error of my hardrive. I guess my HD is crashed. 08-83037648 LEI

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Iep... it's a hard drive problem... you'll have to change it...

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