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Laptop will not boot error message missing file sys/32

How do i restore ?

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U need winxp recovery bootable disk for it.then boot with it then u have to repari your win xp .

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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    Juma Di Giglio Nov 14, 2012

    i dont have xp i.ve got win 7 home edition

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