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Booting problem this is really strange. I was listening to some music on my laptop and suddenly it froze though the music was still playing. So I left it alone for about 2 minutes and then pressed ctrl, alt, delete. I left it alone again and then this blue screen comes out of nowhere and said Inaccessible boot device and said something about clearing memory. I didn't like the sound of that so I turned the laptop off turned it back on and thought everything is okay. Now it keeps going to that blue screen saying the same thing, and I can't get passed it. Its not clearing the memory, but its not letting me onto my laptop. PLEASE HELP!!!

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Sounds like you need to reboot it from the startup disks provided. first though, check in the BIOS to see if you have the correct boot sequence. You may also need to check for virus if the music was downloaded of the internet.

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