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Problem with booting my device

I was roloading my os in my laptop suddenly power went of some error came n know its not booting if im trying to reload os it will show as start windows normally n if i select that option it will restart n will come back to the same page again

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Seems your file system was corrupted. try to boot your laptop through cd..installation would show the partition details. here just check all partition are in gud file system. if it shows like "unknown" u need to format the partition. if u have any important data in that partition just connect that hdd as a secondary disk and try to copy the data's


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You didn't memntion if this is a desktop or a laptop so..

Dektop:
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Try to start and see what happens.

It is possible that your hard drive has failed, though they normally start to cause problems before they go.

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These can be anywhere in laptops, but normally under one side you will find a panel that when opened will reveal the hard drive. Dell laptops normally put them in the side of the laptop and there is an access panel to be removed there as well.

If you have a laptop, then post back the model number togive a clearer idea of where it will be before you pull the whole thing apart =)

Try that and see what happens. Post back results please.

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