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I have a Dell Laptop that at startup it goes into some Verifying process and it stops at 31% and thats it. How do I get around this?

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  • tedshark Jun 02, 2010

    Ye I figured that Shurlock.
    Did you read the question before you answered?

  • tedshark Jun 02, 2010

    You figured that out all alone?
    Did you read the question?
    How to get around?

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Reinstall the OS it might be corrupted.

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