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October 12, 2008 12:30:08 AM

BOOTMRG is compressed can not recover my emachinet3104 i have an emachine t 3104 i wanted to a restore point and it said cannot restore to that point so I did a fullr recovery and I get nothing but thb black screen and ;
Verifrying DMI Pool Data.............
Boot from CD:

Press F11 TO start recovery

BOOTMRG is compressed
Press Ctrl=ALT+DEL TO START
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THE DASH IS BLINKING
I put in the recovery disk and it still goes back to this
I also put in the backup disk I made early and they donot do anything
I need some help what should I do?
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December 9, 2008 11:50:32 PM

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The first AVCHD camcorder, Sony Handycam HDR-UX1, went on sale in September 2006 and recorded on 8 cm DVD media. Panasonic followed in spring 2007, releasing the HDC-SD1, the first AVCHD camcorder to record to SD/SDHC solid-state media, as well as a more conventional DVD-based model, the HDC-DX1. First Canon models included the HG10, with built-in hard disk drive storage, and the DVD-based HR10. JVC, which had been promoting its proprietary TOD video-format, finally introduced AVCHD-capable camcorders in April 2008, released by http://www.sony.jp/products/ MTS Converter is a professional but easy-to-use video conversion software. Before the AVCHD standard has been finalized, end users could master high definition content in Blu-ray format (BDMV) on either BD-R/BD-RE discs or regular DVD discs. At one point, the Blu-ray Disc Association was considering separating studio content and home-made content using different folders, namely BDMV for studios and HDMV or BDAV for home use. This idea did not seem to get a lot of traction.

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