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Laptop wont work after installing vista service pack 1

Ive updated my laptop with the service pack one for vista and as i came round to restarting the system i get a black screen ive tried to go to the nearest restore point but my computer wont boot up to windows basic at all. please help i tried the F8 option but this doesnt work it just goes back to the black screen.

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Hello,
Please try booting from OS CD then go to command prompt (fix windows from console).
Then chose the right os (in case you have more than one)
then type in your admin password (in case you have one)
then type fixboot at the command prompt.
Hopefully it'll help... if not please drop a line I'll take it to the next phase.
Thank you for using agadycom.

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