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When I start the system, HP logo will pop up plus F9, F10, & F12. After that, the screen will appear blank. Can you please tell me the cause of this problem? I am not able to use my netbook. Thanks!

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Hi

you have prob with your OS

just repair your windows you prob will be solve

if not then your have to reinstall windows

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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