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Dell inspiron freezes at bootup just after it displays dell and the option for bios

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Run the Dell Pre-boot System Assessment (PSA). You do this by holding on the "Fn" key while the computer is off. Then press the power button while holding on the "Fn" key. Just follow the on screen instructions. Take note of any error codes. If the PSA passes, go for "Test System". Then on the main diagnostic page, click on "Express Test". If all test pass, then the problem is with Windows. Then there's a need for you to reinstall the OS or do a Dell Factory Image Restore.

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