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Power outage caused computer to freeze up. boots up (long time)

Power outage as booting up computer. Sony Viao desk top.
computer boots up slowly but then when you try to use it it freezes up or error message progam not responding. then wont end task Have recovery discs but XP is within one of the recovery discs. not seperate disc.

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Formate ur system it will solve ur problem

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