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It seems that your operating system is already corrupted and wont boot to that, that is why its automatically prompting you to do the recovery. If you proceed with that, it will technically reformat your whole hard drive contents, wipe out all your files, programs, everything, and wll restore itself to factory default. If you need important documents on your hard drive, I suggest you dont proceed with that and try looking for local technicians who specialize in retrieving files from your drive, then after that, you may proceed with the recovery. If that will still not work, try loading an operating system cd, usually it comes with the computer when you bought it// otherwise purchase a full version of it. If those wont still work, you may need to replace your hard drive.
If yiou are technically minded, and take care, you should be able to do it yourself. The screen will need to be disassembled. You are best to get this tool BUT FIRST It is quite likely that the invertor that provides power to the screen may have failed. You can get a new invertor from here. Get both tool and invertor, try that first :) You use the tool to slide around the edges of the bezel that surrounds the screen. It then just simply clips apart. Good Luck
Check the output voltage of the invertor board , if its 150 volt (point of cold fusion lamp connection) then the drive electronics of the invertor board from the motherboard is damaging the new invertor boards which you are trying to replace. Check input to the invertor board it should be 5 Volts and 12 volts .
This is a small telescope.You will get limited views with this scope.However you will be able to see the craters on the moon and the rings of saturn.Although they will not have any detail.You will be able to use it as a terestrial scope.For that it is ideal.You will need an erecting lens to turn the view right side up.You need atleast 1 eyepiece,finderscope,erecting lens(for terestrial views)and maybe a barlow lens.Keep in mind it is not magnification you are looking for it is the ability to gather light and a 50mm is not going to gather much.the bigger the objective lens the more light it will gather.Think of animals that come out at night,their eyes are bigger than those that are out in day light.Because the bigger the lens the more light it gathers,so magnification only plays a part if you can see the target with your light gathering ability.Because just like 1000x0 is 0 the same gos for telescopes.1000xblack is black..