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BOOting problem with vista laptop

My window vista home premium stop booting
i just stops at windows opening and remain there

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Next time you are staring it, tap F8 key and boot into safe mode or safe mode with networking. then check the Problems and Solutions in Control Panel for the issue. If nothing is found there, back up sensitive data and reinstall or perform System Recovery.

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