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Booting problems I can't boot my system. Keep getting the windows recovery error screen telling you to start in safe mode start normally etc. I've tried all options and ran diagnostics if given that option and got a few error codes ie 0146 and 0f00:075d in system tree. I am so lost! It just will not get to my main screen with icons! What can I do?!

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Can you get to ANYTHING? Safe Mode? Recovery? Restore? Command Prompt? Unplug, remove Battery, leave battery out, plug in, try to boot. post results. Do you have a repair disk?

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Have you tried the "Power Flee". Sometimes this small step works where we don't expect it to be..

>Press and hold the "power button" for 5-10 seconds.

>Remove all cables, peripheral devices(If connected)

>Take out the laptop battery and wait for couple of minutes.

>Insert the battery again and try to boot.

If it passes through the dell logo screen now and still stuck somewhere(BLACK / BLANK screen), then we can try "advanced boot options", Windows vista / 7 WINRE options(startup repair, system restore, various commands from "command prompt", and complete factory restore).

If its still stuck on that same dell loading screen, consult your manufacturer for hardware diagnostics.

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