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Desktop CPU isn't booting fine...

Whenever i put on the system, when it gets to the point where it says "start windows normally" and i press the enter key it hangs there,and nothing happens again.the hard drive is a new one that i changed, but formated it in a different system.what is the cause of this?

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Hello!!


yes of course .. u cant format it in different system .. u want install the new copy of OS in ur system .. All the hardware signs with the OS .. so that u can use it with ur system .. SO the solution is to gotta reinstall the OS!!

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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