HP Mini boot and registry problems

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Boot failure
HP Mini
Windows Registry
okay when i turn on my hp mini it looks normal but then says it needs to check my c drive, or "disk" like the comp puts it. all passes and then right back to severalscreens before that. i can only do f9 and f10 at startup and thats all its doing now. earlier it said problem with an image of registry. any help is welcome as long as my computers best interest is in mind. "no hacks" oh and another window said it was going to log me in, as basically a alternative user and then cant. help

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Also, was the computer working before ? did you make any change ? did you have power failures or something that made the computer shut down improperly ?

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  • mshen
    Sounds like it is checking the file system for errors. You should probably reinstall your operating system and reformat the hard drive in the process.
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  • Idontcarewhatnameugivme
    well got it thanks for the attempt
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