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ouch this ones a hard hit. it seems that somehow your windows data has become corrupt. This can happen for many of numerous reasons, but the point is that you must either repair the installation (which will keep your data intact) or reformat (which will clear your hardrive) in order to get windows to work again. Both of the above options require a windows CD to fix.
There is a third option and that is to take your hardrive out and put it in another windows computer in order to retrieve your data.
If any of the above seem like something that you would be hesitant to do i would recommend to allow a professional to backup your data then reformat your hardrive. It is an easy job for them and you wont have to put out for a windows CD which is an expensive venture.
I'm sorry for the bad news I always hate to see this happen and if i was your neighbor i would fix it :)
thanks for posting and please dont forget to rate.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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