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Starting Up When I turn on my computer, I get a black screen with white writing that says that my computer was shut down improperly due to a power failure. It says to start it in safe mode (there are 3 different safe mode options) or to try the last known configuration that works. When I try any of these options, it tries to start up, but always comes back to this same screen.

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If your machine can't start in safe mode, you will need to reinstall Windows. When you get to the point where it asks you where you want to install, it should offer you the choice of "repair installation" - if you opt for this, you won't lose any of your data or settings.

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