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" disk read error press ctrl+alt+del+ to restart" on boot up

I dont really know what happened. I went to start my laptop the other day and thats what it said. I have to reinstall Windows XP but it still says the same thing. Any suggestions?

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This error message means you have a hard disk failure, especially when you try to reinstall windows and it cannot detect a hard disk.
Replace the hard disk..

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