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Re: Won't boot up
Turn the computer off. Turn it back on and press f8 at the beginning of the boot process. This should display a menu on the screen. Select safe mode. and see if the comptuer will boot up. If that doesn't work the operating system will have to be reloaded.
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First you should check if there is any disk on your cd room, if there is any disk you should remove the disk from the cd room, if there is no disk the possibility is your hard drive getting error Press f2 or delete to enter your bios set up system Look for boot menu Set the first boot as a HDD and the second boot as cd room and disable the third boot Save and Exit the setting if your computer still won't load you need to reinstall your windows insert windows cd and go to set up again by pressing f2 or delete button Set the first boot as cd room then the second boot as HDD Save and exit the setting again When the message press any key to boot from cd appears you should press the space bar or another key Then just follow the instruction of formatting
-this can be a hardware problem or a software problem
-run diagnostics first on the computer
-turn off computer; while the computer is off, press and hold the "Fn" key then press power at the same time to initialize the test
-if you find error message like 0142 - this is a hard drive failure; contact your manufacturer for replacing your hard drive
-if no error is found, it is a corrupted Windows; you need to reinstall Windows, ensure you consult local technician to back-up files before installation.
this is normally either a virus or an error in the registry in windows your best bet is to either get a windows disk and run the repair sequence to make it so you can boot the computer up and get what files you need of the computer then reload the operating system or have somebody do it for you.