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After power failure I can't start windows by clickng mouse on start windows or using enter on screen highlighted Start Windows

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  • Lubbo May 18, 2009

    I've tried unplugging computer and waiting one minute then starting computer again. computer stats but I still can't start Windows.by clicking mouse on screen START WINDOWS NORMALLY or by pressing enter. I can,t scroll up or down either.

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Your computers main board has got hanged on standby mode.this happens many times.
just try this and it will work ok
remove all the wires from the back of cpu.then
open your cpu the tower
in that you will have to remove all the components .such as unplug hard disk from the cpu.unplug cd drive from the cpu.remove the RAM(THE MEMORY).on the main board you will see a CMOS BATTERY remove that also .wait for 10minutes ,then reconnect every thing as it was before.
disconnecting and removing is not at all a difficult job.but keep 1 thing in mind that when you reconnect you will have connect evry thing as it was connected before.so take a close photograph of all the connections before you disconnect it.do it slowly and care fully.
this will help you.

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I'm not sure what your saying but, unplug the computer, wait 1 minute, plug it back in and press the power button the computer should start.

windows should start, what do you mean with start windows on screen? I don't understand..

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