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Unable to access my computer

I took the cover off to vacum the dust out of it and then hooked everything back up and it was kind of fuzzy so i restarted it a few times the same thing happened so I opened it back up and made sure nothing was loose plugged it back up and it does the windows startup, shows bios and then goes to the screen were you can start it in safe mode, normally ect it will not let me choose it times out goes back and does the same thing as listed above (cannot get past that step)

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Your display being fuzzy as you described is indicative of either:
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