Question about ASUS G1 Notebook
Try booting into SAFE MODE by pressing F8 after you turn on computer and before Windows logo appears. If you are able to start Windows in safe mode, you may be able to ROLL BACK your system to an earlier date. In the START menu search box, type RESTORE. This should bring up the SYSTEM RESTORE menu. Choose the RECOMMENDED RESTORE option first and see if that fixes the problem. If not, go back and select CHOOSE DIFFERENT RESTORE POINT and select an earlier date.
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