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I recently did the system recovery on my lap top i went through all the steps, a black screen just pops up that says press Ctrl ALT Delto to Restart I do that and nothing happens! Please Help!!!

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    how i start the recovery system in my laptop hp 4000

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Are you sure you didn't make an error while recovering. The c-a-del doesn't always work with reboot.

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