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SYSEM WILL NOT START

SYSTEM WILL NOT LOAD. ONLY MESSAGE THAT APPEARS ON SCREEN IS: A DISK READ ERROR OCCURRED PRESS CTRL+ALT+DEL TO RESTART.

I HAVE DONE THIS BUT NOTHING HAPPENS

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May require a new Master boot record or boot starp sector written to disk. Unless you have the tools and thre knowledge I suggest a PC repair shop. It will take about 20 mins withe the right tools.

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There is no need for tools just a small philips scew driver first try the use your restore cd and try the reformat the harddrive if still doesnt work if format fail setup cannot find hdd mean you need new harddrive

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