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Seems like your MBR is corrupted.For fix you will need to reinstall your OS with the installation CD.If you dont have the installation CD google it and you will find some useful programs to reinstall it.
Posted on Dec 06, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Don't choose safe mode.
If you have in the F8 options, a Recovery Console select that and run at the command prompt:
That will look for and repair disk errors.
Otherwise, look for and select Restore my computer, from this F8 menu.
Failing that you will need a copy of Vista or XP but if you have a 64bit OS like Vista64 you will need a copy of that.
Let me know what happens. But, I won't be online for much longer so I'll send a message to a friend of mine in Ireland who can help you further since he's in a different time zone.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
Hopefully you can find something helpful on this site. Basically you need to flash or reset your bios now. this site also has some links to remove upgrades. LIke i said i hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
Reset Admin/User password for Windows XP (SP1 and SP2), 2000, NT, Server and Vista
For Dell Only:
This removes bios password from any Dell machine. unrar it and Burn the Boot CD, and then Boot to it
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
This is probably a problem with either the media (bad disk, or picky optical drive) or with some hardware. In the first case, I would try to reinstall first, and if that fails consider using a different drive or disk (if possible). As it points to the Netio.sys file, in the second scenario it may be related to a network device (i.e., ethernet). My suggestion in that case would be to remove all devices possible from the computer, and to disable on-board LAN/audio in BIOS to see if that helps.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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