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How restore the system by pressing F8 and go through dos prompt

When i start my laptop it get started but only wallpaper come in the desktop. it won't display any icons. it display only screensaver. i try to get inside through safe mode but it i can't do that. now i want to know how the restore the system by pressing F8 and

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    Chris Hingee May 11, 2010

    Try - press F8 as you boot up and instead of selecting Safe Mode select Last Known Good Configuration.

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TURN OFF THE PC & THEN RESTART IT AS SOON AS U RESTART PRESS F8 FOR 4-5 TIMES & WAIT FOR THE SCREEN TO POP UP & THEN U WILL SEE AN OPTIION AS LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION (LKGC)

SELECT & HOT ENTER

SHOULD RESOLVE.

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