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The system starts well but after some times it would not respond to anything (mouse or keyboard) except the shut down button

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Boot the computer into Safe Mode with Command Prompt.

Press F8 every few seconds as you start the computer.

You'll see a list.

Choose the one I mentioned above.

Once you're able to get to this point, let me know
and I'll take you to the next step.


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