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Computer won't boot


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I have burned the disk REATOGO and I have gotten to the desktop. When I click on the OTLPE icon a window pops up that says browse for folder? That isn't in your instructions. What do I do with that? Thank you!
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Hi browse to the windows folder and select that. Prior to the boot failure what was the sequence of events
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I got to the OTLPE on one computer. Got the scan run so what to do now? Do I choose RUN FIX? No instructions after the scan.

Edited by carol57, 15 September 2011 - 12:47 AM.

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Thank You!
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Slower and slower all the time until it wouldn't boot anymore
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One thing at a time...sorry I have to slow down

Edited by carol57, 15 September 2011 - 12:46 AM.

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Once you run the scan a log should be generated on the desktop, if you could post that I will be able to see where to start :)
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