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Go to the Start Menu, click on it and look for the DOS prompt icon and menu item. If that doesn't work, start Windows in Safe Mode and get at the DOS (command prompt) the same way. Let's see if the Windows partition can be repaired. The check disk program is pretty good at repairing file and folder corruption.
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