Question about IBM ThinkPad G40 Notebook
I turn on my laptop and it shows me the normal IBM symbol but then it gives me options to push F1, F11, or F12 and they all do something different to boot the computer. If I dont press any of the F buttons I previously described the computer starts to think (the fan turns on) and eventually it says "operating system not found" what in the world do i do?
This is an operating system fault. Some of your Windows files are deleted Or Corrupt. I,d suggest re-install your operating system. or alternatively performing a system restore, if you have a restore or boot CD.
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