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Will not go beyond the boot screen at startup, pressing F2 or F12 does not respond

My system is freezing up at boot up, F2 and F12 gets me no rresponse my comp can go beyond booting stage. it comes to a screen that says boot windows normal and thus it. from there on it freezes. what should i do?

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2 ways to try
1) Boot in safe mode F8 key while booting. if possible right click C:\ properties tools open error check tick small box to fix errors and reboot Windows on reboot will check disk for errors and fix them then restart.
2) Reinstall windows in repair mode
After all drivers etc loaded windows will ask what you want to do install, repair etc press R key for repair and follow instructions

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