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Something changed in your system bios settings. When you get this screen you described, at the bottom of the screen it should present a statement, press (some key ) to enter setup or Press F1 to continue. You can press the special key to enter bios setup and then at the bottom is a guide that will say something like press F9 or another key, to set system defaults. Do that and you should be fine. Exit setup and your system will reboot. If you get the screen again do this: Press F1 to continue and then immediately, immediately press and tap on the F8 key to get your system startup menu. Choose to enter Safe Mode, then shutdown normally after you get your desktop and after power is fully off restart and you should be fine now.
There may be no need to do anything special or other than this.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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