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E-machine computer stalls during booting up on the e-machine logo page and won't finishing booting

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Try going to setup or safe-mode. The first boot display will say how to get to setup at the bottom of your display. F8 will get you to safe mode. Also please state your operating system. Steve Medley

Posted on Dec 15, 2008

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