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I keep getting unmountable boot volume

I keep getting this on my laptop and they tell me to go and press r but when i press anything it keeps going back to the page that ask if i want safe mode or not and even if i press yes or no ,it keeps going right back there and i cant get it to let me do anything else .help me

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I Think what it is refering to is when you boot from a windows CD you can then press "r" for the recovery console, but first you must boot from the CD

Posted on May 20, 2009

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