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Wen i switch on laptop windows xp displays then i get a windows message saying- the system is not fully installed. please run set up again

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    Did you recently run the System Preparation tool?

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Do you have a boot disk? If so, pop it in and make sure your BIOS allows you to boot from cdrom and either repair it or do a clean install with a Windows disk.

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