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My Computer, Asus was can't started to Windows ,

My Computer, Asus was can't started to Windows , I repair it by Clean the Motherboard and other system and it can, but one month later, it can't started to Windows again. What is the best solution for repair My Computer?

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Please save your backup if you can and then format your computer.After formatting your computer please install a good anti virus

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