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Booting Problem

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#1 shabacca


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Posted 20 January 2009 - 12:26 PM

When booting my computer, it stops at Windows Error Recovery screen.

The startup error indicates that I might have had a hardware or software change.

Just before this screen appeared one of my USB ports and an internal card reader stopped working.

My computer is a 1-1/2 year old Dell XPS 410 running VISTA Home Premium

I restored my system to an earlier time and it booted normally for a time; but now its back to re-booting to the Windows Error Recovery screen.

I have to use the VISTA CD to boot to the desktop.

How can I adjust Windows so it will start normally?


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