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Your PC has entered the netherworld (the mysterious regions below Windows).
Start to "Windows with Command Prompt" and execute the MSDOS command SFC (System File Check) - with your Windows Install CD handy (SFC will probably ask for it).
Once you get a command prompt (if you can), execute memory, and disk checks too (Why not?)
If you cannot get Windows with command Prompt to come up, execute ROM BIOS system checks - a bad memory location or card will cause a failure to boot, as will a bad Hard Drive HDA.
I had to replace a laptop's HDD last week after facing this exact same error.
Luckily it was a Dell Latitude E6400, and replacing the HDD is 2 screws and yank it out of the PCMCIA bus.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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