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During start up system loads desk top then screen turns blue then reloads desk top. i try and access the explore to get my files off there but it repeats itself

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reboot it in safe mode and if it shows desktop restart once again
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If you're reasonably advanced user you can try and download HIRENS Boot Disc and boot into Linux and run a complete Virus scan from there. It will remove any virus's and you can use CC Cleaner to correct registry problems completely outside the OS.

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