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Fatal error on bootup

Tried repair option already i am in command prompt now

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I think you can boot your laptop from a bootable disk so that you can fix the issue through another system. You can try Windows Boot Genius to create a bootable disk.

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Your CPU is overheating.

Try and get into the BIOS and increase the fan speed & any aother fan on the system. Don't increase the temperature range, as this will damage the system.

You won't be able to sort out the software problem until the system is running within the hardware limits.

You can also run a office fan to help get the system to cool while making the changes in the BIOS.

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SOURCE: I have a Dell latitude d505 and it won't load

Hello, from my experience, it sounds to me like you have had some kind of damage from a virus. It is hard to say for sure. But from what you have described, whatever is wrong seems severe enough to perform a SYSTEM RECOVERY. There is a HIDDEN PARTITION on your hard drive that you can access to perform this action. Here's what to do:
1) Make sure your computer is pluged into an outlet and charging before you begin.
2) Press the Power On button, Hold Down the Ctrl key & Press F11. Then, release both keys at the same time.
3) At the Symantec PC Restore Screen, press TAB to highlight RESTORE and then press Enter.
4) When the Warning Message appears stating All Data Will Be Lost, highlight CONFIRM and press ENTER.
5) The process takes about 10 minutes and will bring your system back to its Original Factory Condition.
6) At the end of the process, Click FINISH to restart the system.
7) After you have completed the Restore process, be sure to go to the MANUFACTURE'S Support Website to download/ Install Any/All Current Updates related to your Model.
8) Also, last but not least, go to the Windows Update Website and Update your Operating System Software.
9) Oh! I almost forgot to include your choice of Virus Protection Software.. VERY, VERY IMPORTANT!!!
Well, that about does it.. Please be sure to follow the instructions in the EXACT order I listed them, OK? GREAT LUCK!! Lucky4lynn2 :)

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