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When I turn on my asus it goes to a screen with two options: start normally or launch startup repair (recommended). i have tried clicking both of these options and with the former i am sent to a black screen and by clicking the repair option and the repair program just goes on for a really long time. I need my laptop immediately so could you please tell me how to fix this.

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Hello,

There are errors in the operating system that's why it's not letting you to get into the operating right away. It's asking you for the Operating System reinstallation disc. If you have the disc, insert it the dvd player and restart the computer. The Disc will automatically be detected and the computer will ask you to press any key to boot to the cd. Just press any key. It will then bring you to the page which will ask you to install or repair. Just select repair and let it load. Follow the on-screen instructions. It usually work except if the operating system is seriously messed up. If no go, you don't have any other choice but to do the operating system reinstallation. But the operating system reinstallation will erase all the files and documents that you have in your computer.

If you can still get into your operating system, back up all the files and documents which are important by saving them in an external hard drive or a USB flash drive. After backing up those files, do the complete reinstallation of the operating system.

Click on the correct operating system that your computer is running in the choice below so that you will be directed tot the guide that I made.

1. Windows Vista

2. Windows 7

3. Windows XP

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