Windows Vista does not load on Equium P300-16t?

Help!

P300 for my daughter does not windows once a CF (containing only JPEG Images) flash memory card has been inserted into a USB port and removed when starting up.
I get a windows error recovery page that says a recent hardware or software change is prevents the loading of windows.
Two options are given 1. Repair launch 2. Start windows normally. Neither will launch windows.
I can get the "safe mode" screen when I press F8 at startup upward. When I try to start in safe mode it hangs just after 10 seconds or more.
I can access the BIOS screen by pressing F12 and default configuration value. Always not load Vista.

I have lost the discs to restore that have been made on the first day, and there is data on the hard drive that has not been saved! So I hope that there is an easy solution for this.

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Hello

I doubt you could disable in the BIOS.
But you can check if a USB option in the BIOS that would help you to disable USB ports.

Otherwise, you could try to reinstall the operating system by using the disk HARD recovery option.
FIR this press F8, and then choose computer repair mu, then choose HDD Recovery.

But this process will format the C partition and you lose the data that was stored on C

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    http://NeoSmart.net/blog/2008/Windows-Vista-recovery-disc-download/

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    http://support.Microsoft.com/default.aspx/KB/918884

    MS advice on the conduct of clean install.

    http://www.theeldergeekvista.com/vista_clean_installation.htm

    A tutorial on the use of a clean install

    http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase/winvista_install_03.asp

    Super Guide Windows Vista Installation

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    Mick Murphy - Microsoft partner

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