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My computer won't start


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It is still not working. I stops at the screen that allows you to choose and option on how to start the computer, but it wont let me choose anything.
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anyone?
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Im I believe you mean the Boot Loader. Its like a black screen and has a bunch of white words on it right. If thats it, then just simply press enter on the operating system you want to start. Its usually the first one, unless you changed it. Good Luck =)
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yeah. the computer isnt responding to my keyboard, but the keyboard works. i hooked it up to my laptop and it worked fine, as well as it worked before i got to that screen, for i could hit tab or delete to go to different options. the only one that was differest was a blue screen that had settings on it.
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I honetly dont know what to tell you. Well, you can try restore default settings...

While the computer is booting up, press F1 or if its not that then just go to Setup. It should be F1. Then, after your in Setup, press F5, which restores default settings for booting up. Im not sure if this applicable for all computers, so be careful with what you press..
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Ok, I was looking at another post and it explained on how to re enable usb keyboards when this problem occurs. Well, the good news is, it is responding to my keyboard, the bad news is, it isnt going any further when i hit it.
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