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I highly recommend running your virus scanner, if you can access it. Otherwise, you may need to take it to a computer shop to have it debugged.
You could also try rebooting your computer. If it does not have a virus, it could take aboug five times at rebooting, to get it up again.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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