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Cant log to desktop windows

Everytime i try to log to my desktop monitor goes to sleep mode or pc shuts off. i was told my pc is corrupted, what can i do.Also if hp has recovery discs or if i can order it?

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The best to do is take your computer to a technician to make a backup of your files and make a recovery or reinstall your computer.

If you try to make yourself you can lose all your files. Nad this could be more expensive than pay for a repair.


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