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<windows root>/system32/ntoskrnl.exe

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I had my laptop on for about 2 hours yesterday and when i went back to the computer it seemed frozen.
i turned the laptop off and back on.
when i turned on the laptop, it said that windows could not load because <windows root>/system32/ntoskrnl.exe
is missing or corrupt. i do not know what to do. i was reading some suggections on this website and all of them tell
them to go to some site or something but i cant even get windows to load to get on the web. is there some repair cd
disk that i need to get?

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You may have a corrupt boot.ini file. Do you have the original discs that came with the PC to boot from? If not, your OS installation discs?

Here are some common issues related to this issue below. I think a boot.ini error would make sense and recovery discs would fix that issue.

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