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my computer keeps restarting

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i have a laptop with windows xp. my laptop always gives me the screen where i can pick between safe mode, the last known working configuration and the regular start up mode. no matter what i pick, the computer restarts right before windows loads.
so i got a windows setup cd, told the computer to boot through the cd, told the computer that i want to repair windows.
then i got an ms-dos screen that says C:/
now i just need to know what command to use
can anyone help me?
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Type "chkdsk" and press enter.
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chkdks /r would be more effective
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