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My computer i think crashed, i can get on safe mode with networking with limited programs, but when i try to start my computer normally it just goes to a blue screen and wont do anything else..what can i do to be able to start my computer normally again??

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Windows crashes because an very important program has been corrupted. The best way to fix that (since you have no idea which program) is to recover your files in Safe Mode then reinstall Windows - and make sure that the normal format option (not the fast one) is selected during process.

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