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When i turn on the laptop i just get a message saying windows do

Es not ewxist or is corrupt . it worke d ok last night .
when i put the cd in the drawer nothing happens

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Please be more clear and use the right spellings so we can understand the issue better and help u in a better way

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type exit

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Have gone to black!


The error: Window could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt;
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Select "r" at the first screen to start repair.
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Good luck & have a great day!

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