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When you first turn the computer on Keep tapping F8 if that doesnt work Try F5.
If you can get into Windows then you can make the computer boot into Safe mode next time you start it up using MSConfig.
If you have XP you will need to Start > Run > msconfig.exe
Windows Vista / 7, Start > (Type in the start search box under All Programs) msconfig, you will notice it come up and the top of the box > Click on it and when prompted by UAC click Continue / Yes.
Now that you are in MSConfig under the general tap select Diagnostic Startup, press apply then OK, you will not be prompted to restart the computer. Restart and it will put you into Safe Mode.
Open RegEdit : - Click Start, Run - Type 'regedit' - in regedit, search for "WGANotify" and delete any instances of it in the registry. - restart your computer again, and return to safe mode. - Click on Start, Search for Files or Folders, then search for "wga*.*" - Delete the files that will be found. - restart your computer.
Try booting using the step-by-step confirmation instead of safe mode.
Skip loading the mouse driver that is causing the error. You won't have
a mouse when you get booted up but you can use keyboard commands to
navigate everything while you try to reload drivers.