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I have a toshiba a105s4084 laptop when i use the recovery disk i get an error missage "WRONG MACHINE!" also have had error message NTLDR missing also error: 10e7160017 email ka4sji@juno.com tnx

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You have a serious error on the hard disk caused by incorrect registry entries.
The recovery disk is obviously from a different machine.
If you at the start of booting press F8, hopefully you will get the menu inviting you to recover your system. If you don't, the recovery file is corrupt or missing and you will have to purchase a new OS.
It is probably too late to check for viruses but worth a go with Norton.

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