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lemme ask you few questions first ---
1 when you boot up the computer does it responds then ?
2 if yes then whats the first thing you do that makes the windows not responding
and see I guess your PC has malicious applications in it that are making it not to respond
i recommend you trying [Malware bytes antivirus ] and scanning the whole of your computer with it
and yeah, if your PC doesn't respond at all then using other pc download a live bootable os named DR web live (for a quick intro its a 300-400mb os) and further using a bootable live usb created by the os insert into your PC suffering from problem and while the pc is starting look for boot menu button (its usuallly F10 or F8) something
and boot via the USB drive . and scan your operating system .
and if the problem still persist then i recommend for a new install of windows .. and make sure you make a backup before any major changes
Hope your problem gets solved quickly .. but if any problem still comes reply to me
if windows are corrupt then it will not boot you will have to do a clean install.if xp you can do a repair, also vista has a repair put boot cd in and hitrepair on vista R on xp it should fix the bad sectors on the drive
Uninstall the drive and reinstall again. If it still does not recognize it, shut down the system, loose the drive, put on the system and allow it boot without the DVD/CD drive, shut down the system again, carefully connect the DVD/CD drive back into your system and turn your system back on, I believe it should respond by now.
Call the company you bought it from so they can fix it for free and do it right away, if there isa problem you can do an exchange within 30 days of purchase without haveing to wait just a straight swap out. sounds like the 1.44 MB floppy is bad or the screws were not in the A Drive
A good virus removal tool called ComboFix may help you. I've used this on several computers to wipe out virus problems and it's been great. This site has instructions on using ComboFix and links to download the tool.
Try this before reformatting your computer. Post a follow-up if you need more help.