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Put your Windows XP disk in, hopefully you're using XP. Then boot with the disk inserted.
It will say "Press any key to boot from CD" you press any key.
When that boots up, you'll press R to repair Windows. This will load the recovery console.
It will ask you to select your Windows installation, this should be "1" and then enter.
Type the command "fixmbr" without the quotes, then enter. Then "y" and enter.
Then the command "fixboot" and enter. Then "y" and enter.
Remove the disk.
This SHOULD fix your problem.
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
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