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Hardware problem - not booting into windows

I've been using the laptop without any problems untill i encountered the folowing ERROR: AArrgg!!!@#$

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Error 0701: USB Over Current On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev :1DH Fun:01H / Port:00H
Error 0701: USB Over Current On HC/Port - Bus:00H Dev :1DH Fun:02H / Port:00H

Press F1 For Setup, Press F12 For Boot Device Selection Menu
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Well, F1 takes me into the Bios, all looks well. And F12 Does nothing. how ever i tried to boot from CD-drive but of no use, i tried to solve it million methods but invain i couldn't if any one has a solution for this please provide i'll be very thankfull

thanks in advance
srini

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Tosrisri hello,

If you have a VISTA DVD, please insert it, and use the BIOS to boot through your CD.
Then, when the VISTA installation comes up, press repair. Restart, and try again. Please report back.

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

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