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Computer Disc won't restore

Having a problem computer would only go into safe mode, then I tried to restore  with restore disc but it starts to restore then a message comes up and says to download file file but you can't get to the file to continue..  Any assistance would be of great help

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I would try backing up all your valuable info and try scan disk in safe mode.  If scan disk fails perhaps try a different hard drive, if not then try reinstalling windows and starting fresh.  Is this the disc that came with the computer or one that was made?

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