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I have an Asus G1 Laptop. During startup I accidentally hit F9 which has caused the laptop to enter recovery mode. I am given 4 options: 1) Reboot to Windows XP. 2) Recover Windows XP to first partician only. 3) Recover Windows XP to entire HD. 4) Recover Windows XP to enitre HD with 2 partician. When I select the top option I am presented with the error: CauseWay Error 09 : Unrecoverable internal exception, program terminated. I have not tried the other 3 options as I am scared of losing my data. What I would like is to exit recovery mode and start up the computer normally. Any assitance is greatly appreciated.

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Have you tried a hard booting of computer?

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