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Iwant to know what is shadowing and disable the memory. i want to reinstall the os but later on an error occurs and informs to disable or cachoing memory. so what is the solution

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Hi,

Restart your computer, and when it is restarting, press the F8 key and using the arrow keys, select to start your computer in safe mode. While in safe mode, you should then be able to reinstall your operating system without any problems. If you require any further information, please write back.

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