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Re: It won't boot up
Your computer must me reformatted. If you dont know how to do it then get help from a computer guy there. or email me at email@example.com. i really would like to help you and the others that have computer problems if only im there.
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The video doesn't show what you describe. The video shows that Windows is loading. Try booting in safe mode. Here's how:
Power up the machine. When the Dell logo appears, start tapping the F8 key until the Advanced Boot Options menu appears amd choose "Windows Safe Mode." Once windows starts, backup your data just in case. Then try to determine what it was you did last that may have caused the problem. Then try to start normally.
When was the last time you were able to use your computer? Did you installed any software recently in your computer? Try pressing F8 on startup and use the Last Known Good Configuration. May be that will help.
was there a new hardware that was added to your laptop? bluescreens often are caused by hardware.
while the laptop is booting up when you are asked for options on how to start you computer is there an option for start windows using last known configuration? if there is try that and if it still goes into bluescreen you may want to try and recover your laptop using the hp recovery cd or recovery tool. if it still doesn't work most likely you have a bad memory chip.
click start control panel,display,desktop you can select a different desktop from the drop down list also settings you can change the settings for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range or troubleshoot also select advanced then general dpi normal size,larger size or custom settings always click APPLY after making any changes don
To start your computer normally you must choose either of that options but the only thing you must choose is the start windows normally so that all the settings from the previous working settings will be applied in your windows start up.
Follow the steps mentioned below to boot in normal mode.
1: Once you are in the Safe Mode, Click on Start and then Click on Run.
2: Type msconfig (you will see system configuration utility).
3: Click on Boot.ini tab and check for the Boot Options.
4: You will see Safe boot options check.
5: Uncheck it then click on apply and then then ok.
6: Now your computer will boot in Normal mode.
Once you reach the desktop you will again see the system configuration utility screen. Just check the option don't show this message again. You are all set.
When it asks you to start windows in normal, there is also an option for Safe Mode. Select safe mode and boot. Once you have booted in safe mode, you can reboot and let it boot normally (it will not ask now).
windows is thnking that you have a problem with the system
start windows in safe mode and troubleshoot and see what the problem is if all else fails you might have to to a system restore
or take it into a tech and see what they think
hope this helps