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Gateway with XP just reboots

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Marty Lawless

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I have a Gateway laptop that just keeps rebooting and does nothing else. I have used Gateway's Restore DVD to restore Windos XP, but it still just reboots and nothing else. I need someone's help that is familiar with Gateway computers, because I have tried other solutions in the forums, but I don't have a Windows XP disk, just the System Restore DVD, which the Gateway people told me is all I need.

I have come across this message when I tried to boot at my last good configuration:

Windows could not start because of the following file is missing or corrupt:

Edited by Marty Lawless, 30 June 2006 - 09:52 AM.

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