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Vertical Fold over or rolling on Dell Inspiron 1000

Pressing F12 on start up comes upto system boot dosn't foldover, if i goto setup or boot up windows, it has BAD Vertical Foldover HELP

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Get a new hard drive put into the system, with the cd's that came with the system, restore the laptop back to factory defaults and then after that the F12 function should work and windows will go back to working as well.

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