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Reinstall operating sys

Gboard, how do you reinstall?
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    I did that and it wouldn't take it.

    thanks

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Have you changed the boot settings so it boots from your cd drive and not your harddrive

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Save your files from the harddrive, download the ultimate boot CD and from the menu, use a zero fill utility to completely wipe your harddrive clean.
Change the boot order in the BIOS to boot from CD and restart your machine with the Windows CD in the CD drive.

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You put the operating system CD into the CD Drive and click continue and go through the installer. The CD should say windows on it.

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