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Usually points to the hard drive. try running the hard drive diagnostics on your Dell computer. Shut down the computer, then press and hold down the FN key, then press the Power button, afterwards, release both buttons. That should load the diagnostics for your Dell laptop. Note any error code that you may find.

Try booting in Safe Mode. If it works, chances are, it is related to a device driver

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