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Hi' your computer problem can be resolve but you need to ask for a person in your place to fix such thing , one way it can be resolve by using Operating system recovery tech , and in another way you may re-install a new Operating System into drive c partition only , please send me messages for some assistance . thanks
And again and again and drives you up the wall.OK-boot sector is corrupted, or hard drive is going south.What you can try is system restore.On boot see which button is designated for that-usually f10 or f12.Start tapping that button and follow instructions. If that failed, the only option is to reinstall OS.If you have a lot of stuff that you want to save, install Windows in different folder, say WindowsA.All your stuff will be saved on the Hard drive-My Documents.Good luck and keep us posted.
this is the problem if the system files have gone corrupt. you will have to do system recovery on the computer. recovery is the process of reloading the operating system with the recovery discs. by from the number given 678-715-3329. give the information they need of your computer and they will ship you the right set of recovery cd. put the first cd inside and shut the computer off then restart the computer and follow to put the rest cd as the instruction comes on the screen.
Try rebooting and hitting the F8 repeatedly as soon as the boot sequence starts. When it comes up to an options screen select repair. From there you can let windows try to repair or select to install to the factory settings.
This is an operating system error. You will need to run a system repair or reload with your recovery or operating system disc. Start with a repair, if the repair doesn't fix it, then reformat and reinstall the operating system. If you have any issues or problems during the format or reload, then your hard drive has failed and will need to be replaced.
The Setup option is for your BIOS , heres a link to resetting the BIOS password if you want to access it.
but as for the error loading operating system you will need any setup disks or recovery CD's that you got with your computer, preferably a Windows Installation CD , then you will have to insert the CD restart and let the computer boot from the CD and reinstall your operating system.