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i used the recovery disk to reinstall windows but it said something and made me use fdisk and then i used the fdisk to delete the partion and make a new 1 when i got back to the desktop with nothing except factory i had 437mb left / ;) :tazz: ;)
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Whoa! watch your mouth man! We DO NOT tolerate improper behaviors in this forum. Please, mind your topic title!

We do understand that you have a problem and it is really very urgent! However we need to consider that there are also 65000+ members in this site with the same problem. Please be patient, someone will be along to assist you.
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Edited the title. :tazz:

Are you serious? You don't know what fdisk, and deleting a partition does? I hope you didn't lose anything important. Your computer has been returned to the same state as the day you bought it. Any data you're created, copied, or downloaded is gone. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
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the problem is the memory is messed
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If you Fdisked then the problem is you lost the lot
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