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When booting up the system avaratecscreen will

When booting up the system avaratec screen will appear and then computer will get a black screen

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When the computer boots up try pushing the f8 key and see if windows will boot into safe mode. if not the try accessing the computers bios and see if the hard drive has crashed. the bios can be accessed sometimes by pushing the delete key during boot up or the access menu will be on the avaretec splash screen.

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