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If you have a spare computer or can get to someone that can help, remove your hard drive and install it as a "data" drive in another system. The other system can then remove the partial installation and start over. A last resort would be to reformat the drive. It might be possible to reformat it with a DOS (or Windows 95/98) boot floppy. Be very careful as DOS does not always work well with newer hard drives.
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