Question about Computers & Internet
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Try holding down the F8 key when it starts to boot to get into SAFE MODE. once there use START ACCESSORIES CMD then type CHKDSK to see any errors.
Iterate through all Windows installations and allow the user to choose which to add.
add windows xp home edition
from the control panel
you can also use the recovery feature that allows you to return to a date that it last worked correctly.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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