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Ok, so I am very new to this site. In fact, I just signed up lol. But I need help. I have a Dell Inspiron E1505 with 32 bit Windows 7 installed. I went to bed last night and my laptop was working fine. I went to use it today, and it repeatedly loads the Dell splash screen and goes through the boot process over and over again. All I see is a black screen with a white blinking cursor at the top left corner. I have tried a system repair disk and did startup repair, but I still get the same problem. I tried restoring to an earlier version and again got the same issue. The system detects that there is a windows 7 partition installed when I am using the repair disk, but when I try and boot from HDD it acts like there is nothing on it and continues to give me the blinking cursor on black screen and then restarts itself. Please help me :) I have a very important paper due tomorrow!!!
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