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I updated my bios, and OS does'nt boot.

I just updated my bios and after that OS does'nt load and it boot over and over.
what will i do now??

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  • jphoebe17 Aug 15, 2008

    ok i will try..
    thanks for the concern.


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Reinstall the OS .. if you are using XP then you can repair the same installation so that all your files will not have to be deleted ...

you just have to do is insert the XP boot cd and boot it from cd and then you will get an option to repair if you follow the instructions ...

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