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My computer was running slow one day so I decided to do a system restore. During the restore process, my computer overheated and it shut down. Now everytime I go to turn on the computer, the gateway and windows load screens come up and then the screen just go black and it restarts itself again. Ive tried safe mode, and all of those options that come on a gateway laptop but I cant figure it out! HELP?!?

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MAy be You have deleted the Operating system and also the Operatiing system files.

ALong with You may also have deleted the Files needed for System restore . accidently .
Please try to load the OS with teh cd which you may have received along with .

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