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Time to reboot and to try to enter safe mode. See if it gets you past the startup screen. If it does, you can try to access a system restore point which preceded the day of your problem. Alternatively, you can try the sfc command or easier yet, download Glary Utilities and go to the section where you can choose to have the computer scan for bad or missing files and fix or add them. Depending upon your operating system, you may have other options at your finger tips. When you reboot, hit F8 repeatedly before a Windows screen appears in order to have the option to enter safe mode. Might as well choose the one with network connections if you intend to download and install Glary Utilities. There are more options available to address this.
Posted on Aug 10, 2017
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