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Boot up Wen i turn on the computer it gives that screen in black n white sayin windows did not start successfully recent h/w might have caused this then gives me safe mode n normal mode n 4 more modes to start n then any mode i choose it give me a blue screen sayin a prob has been detected n win shut down to prevent damage to ur system disable or uninstal any anti virus etc it says tech support info ***STOP:0X00000024 n then lot of no....kindly help

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Try holding down or keep tapping the F11 key when you start up the pc, this hopefully will restore to factory settings. When the files have loaded it should also tell you if the recovery program is intact. If all fails and you don't have the recovery disc that came with thepc or you did not create one on first start up then you might have to purchase them cost around £40

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Fatal registry error, reinstall a fresh copy of windows.

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