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Turn off the computer. Keep on tapping F8 on the keyboard on and off after you press the power button to turn it back on.
You will see the message "Boot advance option"
1. select the option last known good configuration, then press enter until you have your login screen. If this function doesn't work try booting to Safe mode with networking (note: before you can go to the other option you will need to restart the system again and use F8 again.)
When you are already in safe mode w/networking and able to login to your desktop screen you will a pop up message that would ask you either to restore the settings. Click "No" then a system restore window will show up on the sceen. Click Next. You will see a calendar icon on the left side. look for the date where your system was working fine. It will restart the computer...
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Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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