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Gateway 9500 windows wont start

On my laptop when I try to start it it says windows 200 cannot start because the following file is missing or corrupt: WINNT/SYSTEM/vgaoem.fon

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  • JMTZ Jan 08, 2009

    same problem with \window\system\vgaoem.fon please explain in full detail will apreciate very much

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These are essential windows files you will need to reinstall windows in repair mode
set bios to boot from cd you will during boot up be asked to press any key to boot from cd press any key when widows loads all its drivers etc windows will ask what you want to do press r for repair and follow instructions
during setup windows will reboot a few times when it does do NOT press any key

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