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Stucl on system recovery

Well im just stuck on a system restore ..and its on a loop

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You could try tapping the keys Ctrl+Alt then Del - this brings up Windows Task Manager. Select the task that says something about System Restore and say OK.
If it fails to come up you will probably have to cross your fingers, and turn off your notebook, and reboot using F8 safe start.

Posted on Feb 09, 2014

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