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Windows Boot Manager - Error 0xc000000f?

I have a Hp g62 windows 7 64 bit laptop that recently when I turn on I get the following message: status: 0xc000000f. info: the boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible. I have made a USB windows 7 repair disk but the problem with that is it never loads past the language input screen even after hours, but has worked a couple times to where I could use the command prompt. When I use the command prompt to fix the MBR it did not work. Has anyone experienced this and if so how to fix it?

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Just what I needed!!

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Hey thanks, this article is really going to help. I have a couple of questions.
1. Will this work with windows 7?
2.For the installation/repair disk is there a free version? If not I don't mind buying it
3. When I originally booted the repair disk it doesn't load the screen. Do you know anything that would help with this?

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