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Vina, there is a couple of things that you can try. First, I would check the BIOS, and set the start up sequence to CD rom. Get a LINUX Live CD i.e Puppy Linux which should allow you to access your computer and copy your files to an external drive i.e. USB drive. The other thing that you can try, is to start from your OS CD and repair your current version. You did not tell us which computer or OS you are using, so that makes it a bit of a guessing game. You'''You can also remove your hard drive and plug it into a different computer via an adapter i.e. SATA -USB etc depends on what HDD you have.have.'''
Vina, there is a couple of things that you can try. First, I would check the BIOS, and set the start up sequence to CD rom. Get a LINUX Live CD i.e Puppy Linux which should allow you to access your computer and copy your files to an external drive i.e. USB drive. The other thing that you can try, is to start from your OS CD and repair your current version. You did not tell us which computer or OS you are using, so that makes it a bit of a guessing game. You'''You can also remove your hard drive and plug it into a different computer via an adapter i.e. SATA -USB etc depends on what HDD you have.have.'''

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Post originale di: oldturkey03 ,

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Vina, there is a couple of things that you can try. First, I would check the BIOS, and set the start up sequence to CD rom. Get a LINUX Live CD i.e Puppy Linux which should allow you to access your computer and copy your files to an external drive i.e. USB drive. The other thing that you can try, is to start from your OS CD and repair your current version. You did not tell us which computer or OS you are using, so that makes it a bit of a guessing game. You can also remove your hard drive and plug it into a different computer via an adapter i.e. SATA -USB etc depends on what HDD you have.

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