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I was surfing the net with my ASUS eeePC netbook and EVERYTHING froze(Mouse,Esc,Ctrl-Alt-Delete, nothing worked). I turned the power off and now when I turn it on I just get a black screen that stays there until the battery dies. I also tried safe mode but i got the same black screen.

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I guess you got a Virus or a HD failure. To try to boot again get for your OS the boot files.

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