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My computer cannot install os

I dont know actually what happened but when i was using windows xp some or other time cpu1 temperatue was going to 75 degrees , i was having this sort of problem a year ago in my pc i used to repair this sort of problem by installing some other os (eg: if win 98 is installed i used to have other time win xp and vice versa). but this time i dont know what happaned i formatted my hard disk and i cannot install windows because installation is as slow as it will take 10 days . AND temperature is still around 45degrees

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You need a new hard drive mate..
not all hard drive fail -hard, some of them feel dizzy- no outcome.

Hope it helps..

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