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Computer starts up and then show black


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bitsmart

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When I restart my computer it shows the Windows loading and then when its done loading it goes to a black screen and just stays there. Does anyone know what's wrong? I haven't changed anything from the computer ever. And before the black screen used to come up the computer used to load up and I could sign in to my account but then a few minutes later it would restart all the time. The longer the computer was off for the longer it stayed on the next time I opened it. And now whenever I restart my computer it shows the Windows loading and then when its done loading it goes to a black screen and just stays there.

Does anyone know anything that could help me? I'll take all suggestions.
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Editted by Mod with permission from original poster.

Murray

Edited by Murray S., 04 January 2008 - 09:16 PM.

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Howdy bitsmart:

As you can see, I mod here also. I also know that you are using an illegal version of XP.

So, this thread is being closed.

Murray
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