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Not bootable my hard drive is not bootable and i cannot start setup but i got the copy of windows me into my hard drive, what should i do?

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Click here:

this will open a page from their you can make bootable disk.

then using this you can boot your lap and can access your HDD. then if you have setup for Win me on your hdd you can run that from there.

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