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Will not reboot

After defrag i get error ntlr .Also it tells me files have been compressed .Tried to do asystem restore to no luck.

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Restart pc with windows cd, boot into recovery console. at the command prompt type chkdsk /r

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Reboot yor machine while holding the F8 key right as it boots back up. A menu will apear. Choose -->"start windows in safe mode with networking".
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