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Gateway screen stops at power saving mode

Lost power during tech support signal hookup,regained good signal , but can not get passed saving mode on screen. Will change to gateway screen in cycles,but nothing else??

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    help my computer wont start up it just goes to power saving mode

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Try This
1 Start tapping F8 while poering on the PC
(Don't stop tapping until you get to the advanced boot option menu
2.With the arrow key(up & down) go to Safe Mode With Command Prompts <Enter> chose Operating System <Enter> Signin as ADMINISTRATER
Note: this should get you to a command prompt window with a blinking curser
3.In the (Black) Command prompt window type chkdsk /r <Enter>
4. you will get a message stating the valume is in use and can not be used would you like to set a chkdsk on reboot <Y> <Enter> and reboot PC
On Reboot the PC will go thru a system check. This will take several minutes.
5. after the chckdsk is complete reboot the PC you should be able to access you profile to signin

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