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Vista start up problem

Hi....im nto a comp expert but ill do my best ...
wen i start up windows vista recently it stops at welcome screen...it will say welcoem w/ the loading icon but will stop ther....i went into safe mode...i ran everythign i coudl think of..anti virus ****, restore diognoistics...anything i coudl find but to no avail..Y.Y if u have any sugestion plz it would help

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Try disconnecting all peripheral devices you have recently attached to the machine such as USB drives, bluetooth dongles.. and then restart your machine.

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