Question about Computers & Internet
Hi, this is clearly a corruption in Windows itself. I would recommend running your HDD based recovery (if you have one), or run the recovery discs that you got with your laptop. This will however delete all of your personal files. You can backup your hard drive before doing this by purchasing an appropriate HDD enclosure for your hard drive and plugging it into another laptop or desktop PC. Once you have done this, then run your recovery discs (or HDD based recovery). If you provide the model of your laptop, I can elaborate further. Hope this information helps
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