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Hi i am sathish my wipro laptop seek some problem turn on laptop grub loading no such partition entering rescue mode grub rescue this is the problem pls help what next step by my side

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Please write to ecare@wipro.com or call at a toll free number 1800 345 5678 (From BSNL / MTNL phones) to get support.

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