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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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Hi here
Its most likely that you have virus or some other mal-ware, try these links and let me know if it help you.
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If not, I'll find some other workaround.

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My pc screen keeps going blue watch the video for more decription


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  2. Uninstall last program(s) that was installed, again in safe mode.
  3. Test one DIMM at time. One slot at a time. To eliminate possible bad RAM. Unplug PC. Opening case. Remove all RAM. Use static precautions!
  4. Re-install Windows. Clean install works best.
  5. Lastly you may have other hardware problems. If it does another blue screen after reloading windows, especially with a clean install.

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It looks like you've got two issues. If you tried a different monitor and it too have vertical blue lines your video card might be bad, but hold that thought. I'm thinking you need to reload the operating system because you can't boot all the way up which is the second issue.

Have you tried to boot up in Safe Mode and do a System Restore? Turn the computer off, then turn it back on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Select the Safe Mode option. When it boots, if it boots successfully things will look different in Safe Mode. The screen will be darker and icons bigger, but that's normal. If you get into the desktop successfully, click Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore. Select a restore point (date and time) that is before you started having problems. If the system tells you that you have no restore points, then you will have to either Reload the Operating System or do a System Recovery. By the way, System Restore does not lose your data, documents, music, pictures, videos, or programs unless the program was installed after the restore date. System Recovery LOSES EVERYTHING, it sets your system back to when you first purchased it.

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hi there,

no icons after downloading,it was not succesful,try to download again,first run the application file then after 100% completion, run the installation file on this you are subject to ask by website where you want to install,select or browse the location to C:/Program file/ install on this location after downloading for several minutes check this on program file,going to my computer,leftr click the C:/ then explore, find program file left click
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Use the following steps to replace the missing files when Windows cannot start.

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  3. If an HP Recovery screen displays "Press any key to continue...", press the spacebar.
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  10. When therecovery process has finished copying files, remove the disc andrestart the computer. If problems, persist it may be necessary toperform a system restore or a non-destructive recovery.
(Note: Click here for information on ordering the recovery CD/DVD sets)

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