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If you cant turn it on then you will probably have to reboot you will need to have your restore disk ready, and to get it going you will have to reset bios, unplug the computer then remove the battery from the mother board for a few minutes, certain viruses can damage the hard drive its rare but it can happen, put the battery in and plug it in, then you will have to turn it on and enter bios to turn off some things to aid your reboot you have to push whichever F1, or F8 or which one gets you to bios. first when it prompts you with a: / try typing in scndsk/all this will check you drive and program to see if its fixable, if it prompts as bad than use fdisk to restore i hope you have a floppy set up as a start up disk it will have fdisk on it. once its clear put in your restore disk and shut off comp then start up and follow prompts.
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WOW...that is not good hmmmm do you have a restoration cd or usb backup to restore your computer back when you bought the pc. this could be many things... 1. you got the reboot virus and that sucks tricky to remove but it can 2. it could be that you have a bad hard drive sector wich would be in your booting part of the hard drive let you load in your computer just makes it seem it could be a virus but it would have been hard drive gone bad..best thing for you to do is to buy new laptop hard drive that will fit in your model laptop and try to reinstall windows when you bought the computer. see if that will help.... 3. if still have problems now it could be one of your ram sticks are going bad or the video card going bad and forcing the pc to reboot cause it getting too hot. like i said it could be a lot things. if i would you try replacing the hard drive do reinstall if you have restoration for it.
Sounds like you may have a virus, or your hard drive is failing? Get Combofix, SPFix Hijackthis and run them... in that order, work through them. If this doesn't help, well before actually scan your hard drive for errors, Defragment, run Disk Cleanup. Check you have lots of hard drive space too. More than 15% of total.
Using Start>>Run>> Msconfig go to startup tab and disable all and then reboot re-enable one by one rebooting in between & see if that helps.
hi..the solution is u need to re-format your system and Hard Drive and re-install a new OS..i think your system is a lot of Bugs/error came from virus or worms...but b4 format back-up your files using like,USB flash drive or external Hard Disk/Drive..Good Luck mam/sir...God Day and God Bless..^_^
Two to three hours is a long time! It sounds like your hard drive is getting ready to crash.
If your computer is running, click Start and, in the search box, type
and press enter. (If you have XP, click Start -> Run and type eventvwr).
Under Windows Logs, click System. On the right side, click Source. All the events will sort by source. Scan the list for any "disk" errors. If you are getting disk errors, your hard drive is crashing. You should either take your computer to a competent professional to get the hard drive imaged, or purchase a new hard drive and do the imaging.