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I can not boot up my acer 5735 even in safe mode

It says windows is loading files, then goes to start up repair, says startup can repair this computer. I have tried to boot up in safe mode, it loads all the system32 drivers then goes back to start up repair, please help as I need to access the data on this laptop

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  • jackie27 Dec 10, 2012

    the problem is I cant find the back up disks I did

  • Steven Monser Dec 10, 2012

    Can you put in a thumb drive into the usb port when you start it up? Sometimes any info will get it going.

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Sometimes if you insert a flash drive or your repair disc that you made when you got the computer helps.

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