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Computer won't boot and can't figure out why. Keeps going through the loop that's shown in video.

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Try unplugging the computer from the power source while its doing this. Wait 5 minutes, then plug back in.

With any luck it will reboot. Its worth a try.

Posted on Nov 02, 2012


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