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Unmountable boot volume

OS XP SP1.....nx7010....
Problem: Unmountable boot volume 0X000000ED, (OX82AFBC68,0X000009C,0X00000000,OX00000000).I can't boot from USB or CD.Can you help me?

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Have to re-install windows

to boot from CD, check your BIOS setting and have the computer to boot from the CD FIRST


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