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I think there is a problem with the bios. The computer start, but while starting the bios each input from mouse or keyboard result in stopping the system.

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Press delete during boot up process enter BIOS then f1 for general help then run chkdsk/f which will automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive or boot into safe mode
hope this helps good luck

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