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Hav a virus how can i reboot computer as it did not come with a disk

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Some computers have a "hidden" part of the disk-drive, and this part contains all the files necessary to "reinstall" Microsoft Windows. Does your computer have a "hidden" partition?

Or, does the pre-installed software on your computer have an option for you to "burn" a few CD/DVD recordable disks, to create a "system recovery" set of disks? If so, run that utility software.
Then, use the disks to reinstall Windows.

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