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Yesterday my desktop with Windows Vista was working perfectly fine, but today morning when I woke up and attempt to turn on my computer, it just give me a "Startup Repair" message. So I let it try and fix it but it is not working at all. I tried it about 3-4 times by now and i still see the same message. Is there anyway to fix this without deleting all of my files? Because I do not have any backup for my computer since my Memory section does not have enough space. Please and thank you.
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Howdy MehChan. :)

Check out this Vista article related directly to your problem:


If it doesn't solve it, we will go from there. :)
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