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Windows 7: Windows experienced an error and now will not boot.

11 Oct 2010   #11


good to hear.. I would recommend making a system image backup right away before installing any additional programs.. it's a heck of a lot faster to restore from an image backup than it is to reinstall windows

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 Windows experienced an error and now will not boot.

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