Question about Computers & Internet
It seems like you've damaged the computer's registry or system files, to where the system cannot properly load up. You'll need to take it to a repair shop to see if they can take the computer back to a previous point manually through replacing the registry 'hives'.
In the future, please refrain from turning a computer off with the power button. It has the possibility of damaging your system's critical files, like what has happened here, and it can render your operating system useless. Always wait it out and see if the computer recovers - only turn it off after it's sat there for a long time.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
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