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Machine has power but will not boot up, zilch nothing

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Dear sir

her i think your problem is on hardware laver or yr operating system is Currapt if yr computer show some file is missing or currapt then just install os or reocer with recover cd
simple.. if u need more help please contact feel free.. thianks..

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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