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Try to boot in safe mode. Press F8 constantly till you get a screen with many options. Select Safe Mode. It may take some time to boot. Scan for viruses. If no viruses found insert windows cd and select "upgrade". (NO New Installation).
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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