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System does not switch on

My computer had a big problem. i switch on the system it does not responce. moniter displays BOOT FAILIURE-SYSTEM HALTED. Why ?

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Im not sure what OS you are using and how you installed them... I suggest you have to check your HArd Disk. You may want to check below link for details step by step.
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