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JordanKing2345

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After having many Aurura pop-ups I became very frustrated and ran the HiJackthis program. After running it, I deleted all of the files that it found, not knowing that many were still essential files. I then realized that I had no Start Bar on windows. I panicked and tried to reinstall windows and that is where I stand now - In the middle of my reinstallation, a fatal error appeared. pictured here:

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i then click OK in which the screen changes to this:

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then after i click Close, the whole computer reboots and im stuck in the same problem again....I dont care if i lose all my files, I just want to start from scratch, how can i do this??? thanks in advance to everyone...
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I'm assuming you formatted with the Windows XP CD. Try downloading a third party boot disc and formatting you hard drive to NTFS. Then reinstall, and if it still doesnt work, you know it's the XP cd.

Good luck!
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how do i download the third party disk and reboot to ntsf?
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