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If this is something new...and it used to work well with the operation system you have in use..it means that something affected your operation system and causing this..It may be a software or a program ..but more than sure it is a virus...The solution in the last case is to reinstall from scratch the OS using a recovery disk or partition (if you have one ) ..or using a boot-able disk ..with the OS on it .. If you are forced to use the boot-able disk ..you should store in advance the drivers for the devices on D partition or in another memory device ..so to have them in handy after finishing the installation process. If you do not have such a disk ...you can download an image with the OS and burn it using Nero ..When you have the disk ..all you have to do is to insert it and restart the computer ...and use the function key written on the start to engage the boot menu ..and from there select to boot from disk (cd /dvd ) Confirm the boot by pressing any key when it asks..and fo0llow the instructions ..At finish ...use the saved drivers for to install them all ..and also download an antivirus and instal it soon after you connected the computer to the internet with success . let me know if you do not manage and I will try to guide you trough the process step by step .
You seem to have an error in the boot sequence of the Operating system. If you are unable to access the safte mode of the OS, then you will have to do a hard boot (boot from disk). My suggestion is seeing that you have a Dell, many times they will give you a boot disk or charge you $10 for one to be sent to you. Boot disks are not expensive at all.
Once you recieve the boot disk, go into the BIOS and change the boot sequence that it boots from your CD/DVD drive first instead of your hard drive (C). Then restart the computer with the disk in the disk drive and it will load from the disk.
If that does not work, you will have to do a reimage. For that you will need a Windows OS CD (XP, Vista - whatever OS you use). From there you can either have your data slaved over to another drive prior to reimaging, or if you dont mind loosing the data, just push in the Windows OS CD and it will ask if you want to over write or reimage, answer yes, and it will begin to wipe your computer and place a brand new copy of the OS on there.
If it is checking the key board and hard disk lights are ON ,then try fixing the memory card(s) frist after taking out one by one. If it still dont work check your hard disk by testing it on some other PC.If it dont work ther also than Disk is crashed.
Insert the disk in the cd rom and restart your computer......enter bios and change the boot settings...to boot from cd rom......boot of the cd and look for options such as check disk....repair disk...disk tools.....do a check disk ...or run a repair.....
Once you boot of the cd it will give you step by step details as how to repair the OS....
If you are unable to boot from cd..download a UBCD and created a boot cd this is much easier to use...