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My WINME stuck up at "Verrifying DMI Pool Data"

Usually it appears before the Winme Logo when you start the PC, is it possible to repair the OS (winme) without deleting the school project outside MS Office, i meant like IntelliCAD; MacromediaFlash5, etc../ or if its impossible, how can i backup those files?

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I guess there's something wrong with the hard drive. Usually, if stuck at this point, it could be because the hard drive is not being detected.
Press DEL or F2 key and check if HDD is being detected. If not, remove/change the HardDisk cables.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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