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A Mac that shows you a blank blue screen instead of logging you in may be afflicted by a malfunctioning startup item. Most people have a number of programs that start up whenever you log into your computer, and it's likely that one of these programs is causing issues. The startup item is unable to load, and so it causes the rest of the computer to hang.
In order to get your Mac past this hanging blue screen, you need to boot into safe mode and figure out which startup item is causing problems. The Apple Support article "I see a blank blue screen when I try to start up my computer" tells you exactly how to go about this procedure. Basically, you must remove all your startup items and add them back in one-by-one, rebooting each time until you find the one that causes the hanging blue screen.

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A Mac that shows you a blank blue screen instead of logging you in may be afflicted by a malfunctioning startup item. Most people have a number of programs that start up whenever you log into your computer, and it's likely that one of these programs is causing issues. The startup item is unable to load, and so it causes the rest of the computer to hang.
In order to get your Mac past this hanging blue screen, you need to boot into safe mode and figure out which startup item is causing problems. The Apple Support article "I see a blank blue screen when I try to start up my computer" tells you exactly how to go about this procedure. Basically, you must remove all your startup items and add them back in one-by-one, rebooting each time until you find the one that causes the hanging blue screen.

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I want you to press F8,at startup, to bring up the advanced boot option and select "last known good configuration". Go to the BIOS setting pressing the DEL key at startup and select Load setup defaults [you might find that option in EXIT ]. Try removing any extra hardware attached like scanner,printer,pen drives etc.Later attach them again one by one and switching off and on the PC just to make sure which hardware is gone kaput. If you are able to startup the computer,use the SYSTEM RESTORE function to go back to previous date when your pc was working fine.This is to make sure you don't end up getting a blue screen at startup,again. The last option would be installing Windows OS. You can try and change the RAM sticks,if you have two then remove one n then start,do the same with the other RAM.

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Firmware is corrupt you need to hard reset it,

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You should go into the safe mode and try to uninstall or undo the previous work. Else use the system restore. But if it continues again with a blue screen error, then u should format ur pc, further if u experience blue screen error then u should note that one of ur hardware is damaged.

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