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Depending on your version of windows, I would trying starting in safe mode to see if the computer does boot. If it does, then you want to restart again, go to advanced boot options and select "start windows with last known good configuration." Access advanced boot options following the steps at this link. Need to Start Windows 7 in Safe Mode Here How
when you start up your computer press f8 a menu will come up select Last know configuration that worked press enter.see if that works.If not press f8 again and select safe mode press enter see if it will boot to safe mode.if it boots go to my computer right click your boot drive select double click tools then click check now button a menu will come up tick automatic repair then start repair.It will ask you to shedule a repair click ok when you restart it will check and repair your hard drive.If this does not work you can put your operating system disk in your drive and boot to it and click repair and follow the on screen instructions
Try start up in Safe Mode press F8. Choose Safe Mode, when at the choice window, to select either Safe Mode Desktop, OR System Restore, chooses system restore and choose a time before you had the "Problem" and follow instructions. This should get you back.
Sounds like an infection. Your best bet is to start it and keep pressing F8 for safe mode. Once in there do a restore point. If that fails im sorry to say it may be a complete reinstall with a disk...Hope this helps....
ok, press f8 key as the system is booting up, this will put you in safe mode,
if the system boots okay goto command prompt mode and type chkdsk /r to repair any files etc ,
Try booting up again, if the problem is the same then it a startup file that need repairing so goto safe mode, command prompt type bootcfg etc and try repairting it that way, us e the help command to point you in the right direction.