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Virus have affected my computer to the length the monitor is showing only blue screen

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In blue screen it wrote some error message read it,if is umountable disk load check all the cables or unplug and plugin them again properly.if any other error message is present kindly re-install the system and install an antivirus software 1st before using any external device or internet.keep the antivirus software upto date.

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