Question about Computers & Internet
Hi, First of all start your PC using window which is working and then go to the start->run->(type)cmd(press enter) and open the drive which contain the window to be repaired (C:) then run the command "chkdsk". Then restart your PC with the Window in C drive. I hope this can fix your problem.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
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