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Laptop finished working
You need to check the Windows with the Windows media (DVD). Boot your laptop using this media and it will try to fix the problem automatically.
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Turn on your computer. If it is on, restart the laptop.
Press the "F11" key during the initial boot screen. This works for almost all manufacturers, but the bottom of the screen will tell you what button is needed for System Recovery, so follow the prompt if "F11" does not work.
Select "Restore my hard drive to factory settings" and click "Start."
Let the restore finish, and the laptop will boot into Windows when it is finished.
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