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Perhaps if the HDD has not been damaged. HDD's can be very delicate , external HDD's can get bumped about at times, rendering them useless. Remove the HDD from the case, using a USB to IDE/SATA Adapter ,or, a computer shop, try to test/read the disk. It can be read, but I'm not sure you want to pay the price it may cost. It can be quite expensive, and requires specialized equipment.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go in the BIOS, in the boot sequence make your DVD player as the 1st number device to boot from, restart your machine and do follow the article (you should know the admin password to go into the system drive):
Note: If you are too overwhelmed then your Product recovery DVD will give you your original OS and all settings back.
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
SOURCE: missing or corrupt file
See if you can go into setup by pressing the F8 key when you first turn on the laptop. It should bring you into a menu, if it does then choose safe mode. If you can get into safe mode then do a system restore back to a date when the laptop was last working properly.
If you can't get into safe mode then your system files are corrupt and you'll need to reset the laptop back to factory default and I believe it can be done by pressing F11 when you first turn on the laptop assuming the partition with the info on it is still there.
If you can't do this then you'll need to find the cd's that came with the laptop and install the operating system first and then the drivers and applications cd.
Let me know if I can be further assistance.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Do a system restore to a time before any thing went wrong. Otherwise here is a step by step way ti fix it all up. at the link below. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
your windows was corrupt
the only way to fix this problem is reinstall your windows, use windows cd or recovery cd to reinstall your windows
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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