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My pc windows installation failed duto power failure

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Hi there,

All you need to do is to go back into the first steps of the process to install again the windows, on windows XP there's a option that you can repair the previous windows that already installed on your PC.

If you got any error message while installing, just let me know, so I can assist you more further.

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