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Here is something for you to try first: from wannabe1

Have her boot just like she's going to Safe Mode, BUT choose Safe Mode with Command Prompt. At the prompt (if she gets one), have her type chkdsk /f (Note the space before /f) "Enter". This will want to run on boot-up...type Y and press "Enter" When the check is complete, it should restart normally (under normal conditions, of course) ....



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