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Try booting in safe mode - Switch on as normal, while you pc is booting press the F8 key several times until several boot options appear, one being "Start in safe mode" select said option and wait, with luck, a windows shell will start up.
Click on Start - All programmes - Accessories - System Tools - System restore. (This is XP, Vista & Win7 will be slightly different)
And restore to a date before your problems arose.
If that doesn't work we're into re-installing an operating system, which will clear everything off your hard drive. So before you do that, down load and create the Ultimate Boot For Windows CD:-
This will boot up with a windows type shell with loads of diagnostic tools etc, but which may help you retrieve data from your HDD.
Finally, if you don't want to pay for an operating system like widows, try Ubuntu, its free :- http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/download
Posted on May 08, 2010
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