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I try to boot up my Fujitsu 6410, N series but it will not fully load, and stops before it loads the task bar. What can I do?

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Reboot your computer.. hit f8 a few times at the logo and your menu will come up with an option to restore computer to an earlier time. Select this option and hit enter. If all goes well, you should be able to restore your computer back to before this started happening, pick a date in the list that you know your computer was working fine. It will reboot and you should be able to use your computer like nothing was wrong. This won't delete any of your programs or settings.

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Highlight "CD/DVD" using the arrow keys, then press "Enter."
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Select a keyboard layout, then click "Next."
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