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Formatting problem Hi, Today I tried to reformat this Computer that has WinXP in it. I followed all the instructions well, and it finally went down to the reformatting process (the Computer seems to be installing WinXP again. After a while, during the process, the computer suddenly shuts down (I didn't even touch it during the process). I've already reformatted the computer 2 times and it worked well with the dics I have. On the 3rd time, well, the computer keeps shutting down during the process. Now I can't use the Computer anymore T.T.

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Put your hard drive as a slave on another system and delete the desire partition with hard disk tool called Partition Magic or Power Quest. It is Microsoft utility.

This will solve your problem. I am doing same thing when I got problem in any hard drive. It is powerful tool.

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2. find out your recovery cd or operating system cd.

3. insert the cd and then reboot.

4. on the start up key the first screen you see about 3 secs after turing back on hit the hot key.

could be F2 or F8 depends on your mother board.

if its neither of these watch carefully on the startup screen it should tell you wich key it is but be quick cause it will only be up for about 2 secsa :-)

when the cd boots up just follow the instructions.

please rate my solution on how it helped you.

any more quiestions or if u get stuck just reply to this post.

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