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My compaq notebook gets stuck at startup with configuration updates.....it will not load windows at all....someone plz help!!!

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Okay okay

u need to install a new windows.

cuz some of the files of ur windows had been damaged or corrupted by aa kinda malware or bad application.

plz rate this post

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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