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Re: laptop stuck on screen "Windows is resuming"
First determine if windows is really hung.
Restart the laptop and keep pressing the F8 function key. You will get a menu. Try the safe mode option by selecting it with arrow keys and pressing enter. Click on Yes when it asks the question.
If Windows runs okay in safe mode, reboot and try starting normally without pressing any keys). If again it won't start, then go back to safe mode and when asked the Yes/No question, reply with a No and it will ask you to do a system restore. Just select a recent restore point say one or 2 days ago or the most recent and select restore. It will take some time and reboot the system. Now everything should be hopefully okay.
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As it is a new computer considering less data- you can go for the recovery while restarting computer keep taping F11 key>on recovery manager screen choose advance option>select recover my computer to factory default setting>click on next and choose the second option on the screen >click to next it will bring your computer to the factory default setting,it will be just like a brand new once again
According to your issue the windows logon screen gets stuck on update 3 of 3 it seems to me you were trying to perform windows update and now the updates are not installed properly in your system due to which you system stuck in such kind of cases you have to perform system restore to uninstall the updates and for that we need windows vista basic dvd in order to get the steps to perform system restore follow the link bellow :
its usualy in the start, my music. There should be a folder that sais itunes thats all the music i would copy that folder put it on other computer and import folder yo itunes and all the music should come up
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When you start your system and before your Dell screen shows, Press either the F2 or F10 screen. This should get you a System Bios setup screen. In this screen, see if there is an entry for your Hard drive and CDROM drive.
If you can get that far comment back and I'll check back here until our email system is working again. The fact that your computer is not responding to your CDROM is not a very good sign and your computer may have been starting to fail with the first of errors you received and is now at complete risk.