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Laptop is opening but it wont go into operating system

Screen appears NEC pressf2 etc and stock there, ive run cd{ME} and
press everything on keyboards but there is no reaction the screen remains
an NEC logo -thanks

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What you mean "ive run cd{ME}"????
No OS in the PC ? Do you have to install Windows from CD?
Every PC shows a sequence of instruction at startup, but these are to be followed ONLY if you know what you are looking for: Start BIOS or start Safe mode or Change load sequence etc..
NO CD should be in the driver if you do not need to load something from it.

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