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When booting up computer constantly tap F12. until you get a boot selection screen.
At that point use the arrow key to make sure start windows normally is selected, and hit enter.
That will knock it out of safe mode. if by hitting F12 you do not get to the boot selection screen, then shut off the laptop, unplug the charger, wait 10 seconds, and then turn the computer on, and the menu should appear.
LOL, Shitdown is about what all netbooks do. They're not worth the hype that once existed.
Try booting into safe mode and see if you can move the mouse.
Turn off the computer, then hit the power button to turn it back on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Take the Safe Mode option and let it boot up. Safe Mode will look different to you, the screen will be darker and the icons bigger, this is normal.
You can use the windows key to open the start menu, then use your arrow keys to hightight turn off your computer, hit the enter key, use your arrow keys to highlight restart and hit your enter key This will restart your computer and hopefully, unlock your mouse.
Let me know if this solution works for you. If all else fails, it is acceptable to push the power button until the computer turns off, then hit it again the turn the computer back on. This is not the normally acceptable procedure for shutting windows down, but in this case, it can be done without any negative repercussions.
Have you tried to start windows normally if so what happened because sometimes if the computer shuts down incorrectly when you restart it does ask you those questions so will you try to hit the start windows normally and if it dosent work let us know what happens next
Also try to start in safe mode and then do a system restore back to when it was working fine
we dont normally revert back to factory settings unless we have no other choice because you loose everything thats on your c drive and then you have a lot of work and updates to get it back to how you like it
So only do this if you really have to or you want to totaly clean and tidy it up
To do this i believe :-
Turn on the power swich and keep hitting the r key a few times that will hopefully take you into the restore area then follow the instructions
Hope this has helped you good luck
Note: Format would delete all of the data(like pictures, documents.) from the computer.
Make sure, you back up all of your important data before formating the hard drive.
1. Insert operating system disk.
2. Shut down and restart the computer.As soon as, you restart the computer, start tapping 'Spacebar' key. Now, this would start loading from disk.
3.Hit F8 to accept the license agreement.
5. Enter Enter again and follow the on screen instruction and this would format your hard drive.
Note: once you format the hard drive, you would need to install drivers as well. Make sure you have the drivers and utilities disk as well.
#1: Shut down your computer. You must first shut your computer down to
initiate the factory restore.
#2: Start up your computer and as the computer logo appears (such as Dell or
HP) hit "Ctrl>F11" simultaneously. This may be different for
different machines, but the most common keys to hit are
"Ctrl>F11." If this does not work, the F8 key has been said to
work for certain machines.
#3: Select "Repair My Computer" from the list of menu options that
appear and press "Enter."
#4: Choose the language settings that you would like and then click enter.
#5: Enter the administrator log in and password if it asks you for this
#6: Choose the factory reset option. This should reset your computer to the
factory settings when you bought your machine.
when you turn it on, hit the f10 button, i belive it is the same as the one i am working on now, and it will get you into the bios settings, and make sure your configurations are by the manufacturers book, or info, and hit save exit, this should get you to your bootup screen, black and white, and it should give you options to start windows normally or safemode, use arroow keys near right corner for all this, highlight start normally and enter, should get you going, best of luck...SHIA
Turn the PC on, when it is booting up, keep hitting "F8" until windows boot options come up, choose "Safe Mode" and then once it boots into safe mode fully, go to the start menu and choose shut down. After it shuts down, turn it back on and it should go back into normal mode. From now on, don't use Hibernate, its buggy and has been since XP.