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Unable to load operating system? Help?

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I installed Mac OSX on my Eee PC 1000H... it worked fine...
but the partition I had created was not very big and I could not save much... so i decided to delete and reformat the partition which contained XP, after which it all seemed fine... I kept using my laptop then I turned it off... the next day when I came to start it up again it turned on the bios showed and then it just said (on the black screen)... unable to load operating system?

Now I have thought of a couple of things I could do:

1. Reformat the Hard Disk and just reinstall XP (I need XP for a number of my programming assignments at uni), but I am not sure if this will work?

2. Load the Mac OSX again from a usb stick but then I will still have the problem of XP not working... and also im not entirely sure how to do this... or if it will even work.

Any other...possibly better ideas, and your thoughts would be appreciated.

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