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Something is wrong at hardware level - either the BIOS is corrupted or some of its settings are incompatible with windows or its basic drivers.
Try to boot in the BIOS and in there set everything to default then change the boot order - put the cd first. Now boot from a Linux Live-CD - if it boots just fine and all hardware is correctly recognized and accessible then windows is to blame - reinstall it.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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