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First, try to run your computer in safe mode and see if it will boot. To run safe mode, turn of your computer, turn it on and constantly press F8 on the key board until a booting option page comes up. Amongst the booting option list, you will see safe mode. Use your keyboard to select safe mode and press enter.
Wait a while for your computer to fully boot in safe mode.
Once its boots to safe mode, perform a system restore on your computer. System restore helps to back date your computer to the time when it was working perfectly.
To restore, go to; Start menu, All Programs, Accessories, System tools, system restore. Follow procedure and your computer will be restarted and that would be all.
But if your computer doesn't boot in safe mode, it means you have to re-run operating system CD. (win xp/vista)
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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