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If you are unable to start the computer in safe mode then you will need to do a windows repair or re-install. You will need to use the installation discs that came with the pc or use the built-in restore menu if the pc has one. Some computers have a hard drive with a secondary partition that contains all the files to restore the computer back to factory setup. If your computer has this you will need to enter the menu from when the computer is first booted. You will see something that says hit F10 or F12 for setup. Then you can use that menu to restore your computer.

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