Question about Computers & Internet
Posted by Anonymous on
This is a posible solution, boot your windows in safe mode with command prompt (by pressing 'f8' as the windows splash screen appears a menu will by prompted with this option), enter this:
in the command prompt and follow the instructions to restore the system.
If this doesn't work the problem may be a faulty hard disk, contact again if your problem persists.
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