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qraccoon

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When I turned on my computer for the first time this morning, It looked like everything was going fine until it told me, "Insert system diskette and press Enter key to reboot." I don't have my system diskette. My questions are, will I need to borrow Windows XP from someone, If I put it in will I have lost everything on my laptop, and what caused this. Im a little bummed right now so I would appreciate any help I could get. :whistling:
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wannabe1

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Hi qraccoon...

Do you have disks in any of the drives?

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No discs in any of the drives. Thanks for responding.

Edited by qraccoon, 19 April 2006 - 07:46 PM.

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