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Had to f10 system. now im missing a file and cannot re-boot. what can i do

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You might need to reinstall your operating system. Since it wont boot there isn't much you can do.
The first thing I would do is put your pc diagnostics disc that came with your coputer into the drive and run a system diagnostic. It will most likely find the lost file and replace it.
If that wont work then you have to put your windows operating system disc into the conputer and go to your boot menu by hitting f8, f12, or f2 (depending on your pc) then you select boot from disc. This will wipe all the files on your computer which means you will have to reinstall everything. This sucks but its a guranteed fix as long as the reason your system wont boot is broken hardware.

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