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My computer freez and go blank after formatting the computer

After, i finish formatting the computer and finish loading the system files that have been created, the computer will not reboot to start installing windows, immediatly it reboots, the computer freez and it cannot continue the installation.

Please help me solve this problem

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    Debs May 11, 2010

    what version of windows are you attempting to load?

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Greetings,
There is no problem with your computer as a whole it is your hardisk that has a problem, It cannot continue installing the system files because an error occur in your hardisk. Format your hardisk with other computer.
If you have an extra hardisk much better.
Thanks

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