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Please help Hi - I was my sister's Inspiron 630m and when restarting the famous blue screen came up saying UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME... I've tried everything... F2, F12, F8 and I can't get past this sodding blue screen...! Please help me, my sis is gonna kill me...?!

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Get a windows cd, boot from the cd, choose to boot to recovery console, once at the command prompt ( c:) type chkdsk /r

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