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Bootup goes to black screen asks for password wont do anything else

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Get out your OS install CD (I'm assuming you have XP Pro- please state this whenever you post a potential OS problem) and get into the recovery console and try chkdsk /p.and for more contact http://tinyurl.com/m7ghqz

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