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Computer Keeps Going To Startup Repair


my computer keeps going to startup repair. I have tried to start in safe mode, last known configuration,start normally. i have also tried to change the bios and boot from a disc but nothings working so please I need help urgently!


View 3 Replies (Posted: Jan 31, 2010)

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