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Comes up in the selection of safe modes but nothing works, it loops to the Acer page and uninstall page for a mille-second than starts the loop again

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It sound like there is something wrong with your hard drive. it eather has to be reformated and the os put back on there or get a new hard drive. but try this take the hard drive out, hold it about 5 inches off the floor ( flat floor) and drop it flat sometimes the needle gets stuck .then try booting the computer up

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