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Start up problem that will not allow windows program run restarts

Well every time i turn on my accer 5100 series laptop it goes to a black screen with an error message that says the there is new hardware and can not recognize it but i havent added any hardware and it keeps restarting to the same screen what do i do to solve this problem

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Send me the error that comes out when you start your laptop so that we can analyze that problem. CRDSotfware@yahoo.com

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