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Wont boot up windows
You should be able to go into safe mode and do a system restore to just before you had the problem. 1. Turn on your computer and start hitting f8 several times. It should take you to a screen before windows would even start. It will ask you what you want to do. 2. Go into safe mode. 3. Go to control panel, then to system restore, and try restoring it back to a time before the problem started. That will completely reset the computer back to the time you choose. And "should" rectify the problem.
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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