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Loading PBR are caused by file corruptions on system partition. You can use a bootable cd (like ntfs4dos) and try to run chkdsk. You can also restore your dell to its original software, but that would cause you to loose all your dat. Try using a live linux cd (like opensuse of ubuntu) to boot your pc, recover / backup your files maybe to an external had disk, then perform any repair that you want, just to be safe.
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