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Try hitting the F8 button (over & over again) as soon as you push the "on" button. Push it repeatedly until you hear a beep. Then you can choose to open in "Safe Mode" and find out what the problem is by running some kind of virus check program or whatever "fix tool" on your computer (example: HP has "System Recovery").
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