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On most computers you will have the option of restoring windows on one of the F key options, when it's booting up. The trick is to get to the Repair Computer option screen (it's different on different computers but does the same thing). If you can get the Restore Option before windows sets up, you'll fix this problem. On my Toshiba F2 and F12 are reserved for options, but I also get other options pressing F4 through F8 as it's booting- not sure which key works, so I hit all of them. Keep working that angle, and I'm sure you'll get it working again. Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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