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coos21

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:tazz: I was on my computer this morning and had to shut it down. I tried to reboot, but for some reason it will not reboot. It shows that it is trying to reboot and then goes to a screen that says "Windows did not start properly. A hardware or software change may have caused this." Then it offers to start in safe mode, safe mode with networking, safe mode with command prompt. Then it offers last known good configuration. And then finally start windows normally. It does not matter which one of these I click, the computer just restarts and puts me back into the screen I described before. If anyone knows what I can do or has had this happen to your computer, please let me know what I can do. If it matters it is a new Dell I got about 6 months ago. Thanks for any help you can give me. ;)
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