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Notebook problem I get on my notebook is a message saying failed then a screen with a bar as if it is loading up then a blank screen

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Your going to have to reboot the computer with the reboot disk i hope you have it

i know i have work on enough of them unless you want to get in to the bios and fix it there but not to easy of a fix i would suggest you reboot the computer

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