|10 May 2012||#1|
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windows cannot repair this computer automatically
I was charging my iphone with my Sony core i5 laptop. During this time my laptop went dead. I plugged the laptops charger in and cut on the computer. It went back off because the charger was not plugged into wall. So I then plugged it into wall and cut on computer. All of these steps happened while my iphone was still plugged into the laptop. I unplugged the iphone after i realized my computer didn't fully boot. Now I continue to get the message stating windows cannot repair this computer automatically. I tried the steps on the website which stated to press and hold power button, then press f8..nothing is working. Please Please someone help me.
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