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My Fusion 5laltop is stuck at a blue screen and I can't boot up my laptop?

What command prompt do I type in boot up menu when I get into start up screen?

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  • Anonymous Dec 02, 2021

    no pC told full model , no OS told, ?
    Fusion 5 laltop

    in w10 (IS IT) hard cold power on boot the PC 3 times and magical w10 self repair runs and fixes the problem
    no OS told making answer 100 times more hard.

    just blue, no words, no BSOD codes,?
    windows 10 has over 100 BSOD codes.

    most laptops fail for batteries dead. 99% but is based on age, and no model real told
    so I can not measure age, that matters most of all things made by man.

    turn over the Laptop, see tag see Fusion 5 lapbook T90B pro? 2016 made? if yes, battery can be bad.
    names like that have deep meaning but to me it is AGE
    or what?
    cheap (dirt) laptop seller says what more can you ask for.
    answer support zero
    books on it zero. (no service manual , bad to the bone.
    no web site support found. bad bad bad.

    the reviews show this
    Built by Fusion5, a UK-based hardware maker
    so is a UK maker that buys generic PC from china and brands them with FUSION< how cute?

    what we do this.
    the 3cold boot tricks w10, at blue screens of *****.
    then if fails
    remove the huge battery and run on AC power pack only
    we then run HDD tests if the OS runs now, ask, smart tests takes 15 seconds to run.
    this cheap PC has no built diagnostics. like all dells have. (pay more get more and fulls support)

    do you have unbacked up data there? y/n?
    if not reload windows and reboot? but will fail if hdd is bad. smart test fail is that.



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A blue screen error may occur if the BIOS or a device driver is out of date or is not compatible with some other hardware or software component. Try updating the BIOS and device drivers to resolve the problem.

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