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My computer starts up just fine but once it finishes the "starting windows" menu and should go to the password menu it goes completely black but the mouse shows. I have even pressed F12 and went thoug

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Try to do a system repair, this should fix the initialization problems.

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try taking the hard drive out then switch it on without it then switch it back off, put the hard drive back in then it should work, if not try f8 then safe mode and do a system restore

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Remove the cmos battery and unplug comptuer for about 15 to 20 minutes. install battery working battery. make sure you didn't knock any cables loose

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I'm not sure why you slammed the system shut, bu if it was to do with a system performance issue, the most likely answer is that the hard disk drive is or has failed.

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The laptop cannot see/detect the hard drive. This means the hard drive is faulty or it needs reaeating.
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You need to purchase a new one and install Windows on the new hard drive.

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So before you get started, it might be helpful to write down the steps of this guide as you won't be able to keep your computer on to do this.
If this is a computer that your work/school was provided, bring it to the technical department there, as they may have precautions that don't allow for this.

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