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Use the up and down arrow keys to move the highlight to your choice.
and whatever option i choose results into me returning to this same screen.
I have recentently got a new hard drive and also recently installed a printer but my computer was working perfectly the day before and when i came home the next day I got this.
I tried to put in my cd, but the computer doesn't even recognize it.
so im stuck and I hve no idea what I need to do.