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HDD OS IS RUNNING IN RECOVERY MODE

How do I get my system to run in the Normal mode so that I can have access to the large amount (about 148 gb) of HD I have available there? Also, my CD ROMs are not being read by my system, although the drivers are there.  Can this be related to the first problem?  They both occurred at the same time.

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After the you sart the system(immediately after detection of ide drives,and boot from cd rom) keep pressing f8..Then from the list choose normal mode..thats all..and yes your cd rom drive wont work in recovery mode

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