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The video (visuals) issue could be a video driver issue.
assuming that you do get something on the screen when you turn the computer on, try to to start your computer in safemode by pressing f8 severval times after you get the first screen, you should see advance startup options. select safe mode and attempt to install an updated video driver (which one depends on your video card manufacturer and model number).
if you don't get any video at all you video card may need to be replaced.
this is cause by memory wear out or (most likely) malware, now.. you need video and you need to be able to boot into your computer to run some tools that would clean up your system. slowness could also be caused by an old hard drive, if this is the case is better to first get all your data out into a removable hard drive, and replace the hard drive and resintall the operating system.
post back if you were able to get boot up if you have further questions.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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