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download CCleaner HERE - [ upper right corner - says LATEST ] run it on each setting - 5 times - also - run the start up program - it will take you a little while - maybe a few days to figure it out but stay with it - and lose the cookies and check for a virus as well.
If you have the windows XP or Vista CD that came along with the system. Kindly insert the disk and restart your computer it should fix the issue .
If you have not received the disks with the system , you should call the manufacturer to source the cds
If you are running Windows, and you are booting/crashing constantly, There could be many causes to this, but most likely your hard drive is failing. It is hard to say without seeing it in person, but to me it sounds like a new hard drive is in order. If you think it is a software issue, you can do a fresh install of Windows before purchasing a new hard drive to see if that clears up your problems.
Try this, it may work for you.What I’m going to suggest is entering the DOS environment and making necessary changes to get your pc up and running.
-Reboot> At reboot watch for DOS screen option “enter setup” via aF button option.You have to watch closely because on some pc’s this option goes by quick, so be ready to act.Once in the DOS environment navigate to “boot options” choose safe mode .Save changes and exit.When your os is up go immediately to system restore:Click Start>all programs>accessories>system tools>system restore.Choose a date before your issue arose.>click next/continue and wait for system to restore.Reboot, and enter DOS environment once more and go to boot options and choose “Normal boot”>save changes and exit and you should be done.I hope this helped or at least gave you some ideas for further investigation.
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Choose last known good configuration first. If that does not work try to go in safe mode. Once in safe mode try to do a system restore n if successful, it will work in the normal mode too. If does not go info safe mode then PC restore is the only option. If the partition which contains pc restore utility also is corrupted then reinstall windows.