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Windows not starting

Hello my system is not responding even though i have started with Last best known configuration. Please help me to solve this issue all my important documents are there in the system which i have to send now.

Thks in advance

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  • Jasper Dumlao May 11, 2010

    have you tried booting in safemode?




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First of all goto safe mode booting and then go back to normal booting and check it.
You have mentioned as not responding.....what exactly is it doing? can be more specific on this..

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