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1 step - Reinstall Windows
a reinstallation disk, which usually comes with your computer
Insert the DVD disk
Turn off your PC
Turn it on again
Before Windows logo appears keep pressing F12 or F8 (usually F12), then a boot menu should appear.
Select the option which says to Use a device.
Follow the instructions in the repair.
2 step - Maby it is just the Windows problem, let's have a look:
Before startup, keep pressing F12 or F8 and you should see:
Then click on TI go and open my laptop today only to find that it - 1_17_2013_7_57_30_pm.jpgee:
Click on Refresh your PC.
It should automatically do everything.
*Also, you can click on Reset your PC to restore it to it's original settings.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ur most likely going to have to reinstall windows sounds like a virus but before that i cant rember if it is f8 f9 f11 or delete but one of those should bring up a boot menu and u can usually recover to an ealier date on ur computer honest asnwer also u can call customer support and ask them but do those first because they are most likely going to tell u the same thing
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
insert os boot disk if xp choose install first but after it searches disk for previous widows installs choose your already installed windows and select r for repair,do not select repair at first screen or it will load a dos utillity that will be harder to accomplish repair.if vista, after boot disk loads choose repair vista in lower left corner then on next screen choose repair startup option....hope this helps you
Posted on May 31, 2009
Sounds like the hard disk could have went bad. try running a diagnostic from your discs and if you receive an error, report it here or to Dell. If you did crash the hd, you will need a new one. I hope your machine is under warranty.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
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