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My computer was not shut down properly, and when I turned it on again message came up to select safe mode, safe mode networking and another selection and highlight the original configuration. When I do it dosen't work I press F1 or when I press F10 it rebots and nothing show but a blue screen.

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OHHH BOY!!!! Yo got the Blue Screen of Death. go to google, and search for "Bart PE" next download the program, run it and let it burn to a cd. now boot the bad computer using the disc, and run the command prompt. next type in "CHKDSK C:/r" let this run until it is finished. THen reboot, and take the disc out. Your computer should now work perfectly. This happens sometimes when there is a little bit of information that is not saved, and is lost when the computer shuts down. Then it says there is an error finding the file because there really is no file.

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Always make sure that your antivirus is updated regularly. And your Windows updates are on. This increases security of your system.
Try booting in safe mode and run antivirus.
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