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My new computer windows vista will not allow me to boot up, and it gives me a blue screen. i received an error message boot path failed. error code. biohd - 7. please walk me through a fix. thank you so much!

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Dear Sir,
Your system is under danger problem of hard disk error please return if it is in under warranty period if not go for new hard disk

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keerthy

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