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The problems to my PC was i can't boot up cause the message show " Error.... loading operating system.

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For this problem you need to reinstall the operating system of your pc
To reinstall the operating system you need *A copy operating system loaded in a DVD or CD
To reinstall *Insert the os CD to DVD drive *When your PC's logo appears press F12 *Select boot from DVD/RW++ *Select "INSTALL NOW"(in Windows operating system) *Select a drive in which the operating system is to linstall *Follow the Instructions....

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