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The whole OS is gone

When I tried to install a Snap in on my TC the machine rebooted on a certain moment and after that the whole O|S was gone. All I get is a C:\ prompt How can I restore the OS? Any help would be really appreciated

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Re: the whole OS is gone

Hi brtsch Your problems means there is nothing wrong with ur terminal. your terminal server is not starting try booting with last known good conf by pressing F8 option if it dosent work then try with safemode and uninstall what u have install pls mention which server ur using and OS and also if any error codes

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