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My computer will turn on, however it goes directly to the windows error recovery screen. I have tried every option yet it will not boot with any of them. I recently downloaded p90x - it was almost an 8 gb file - yet deleted it when my computer started acting up. After deleting it, I attempted to remove any possible viruses but my computer never started up again.

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It appears you have corrupted whatever version of windows you had installed on it. you will mostly need to try a repair for the same version of windows you had on it previouly or you will have to preform a complete reinstall.
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Insert windows disk and make sure bios(Press F8 On booting) is set to boot main device as CD rom Reinstalling windows is the only solution to your problem.

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