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Ok I have an HP a000 and when ever i try to start it up the letters are all messed up and i tried to do system restore but then i get a blue screen that says your system must shutdown to prevent damage what can i do to get my computer to start? I cant even get into safe mode or anything.

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There is a possibility that the RAM or another component connected to your motherboard is going defective on you.

you may use boot to "last know good configuration" try to reboot the computer once again, then while it is initiating, start pressing "F2" until a menu appear, now select "last know good configuration"

this method may depend on what is the type of your motherboard, but usually it is F2 or F5
if this did not work, you may try to remove your RAM, clean the contact with a pencil eraser, then put it back in.

should you have other questions, just let me know.

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