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The pc is rebooted...

When the pc is rebooted then the is restart and stick to the windows nothing to display??help me plz urgent!!!

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Restart it , and press f8 before wondows gets loaded from harddisk ,then choose safe mode try in it if it starts properly in safe mode then go to start => run =>(type) chkdsk c: /r and press enter , it will then say that cannot lock current drive would you like to check the disk next time before windows starts ? then you should say " yes "

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