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Kybernetes

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NT Authority system
C:\windows\system32\services.exe terminated
unexpectedly with status code -1073741482 system will now shut down
<timer counting down from 60>


I had left my computer running for several days not having been around to check it, I've been busy all week), and when I went to it earlier I noticed the monitor was unresponsive. I figured, okay, no big deal, I'll just restart the computer. Then as soon as it boots up to the desktop, the error message (quoted above) pops up, and the rest of the desktop disappears, save for the background and my cursor. The message counts down until it reaches zero, at which point the message box disappears and my computer is just the background and the mouse. It does not restart, it just idles at nothing. Eventually the fans turn off as no activity seems to be going on. I can start it in Safe mode, but other than that I have no idea what to do. Last known working point doesnt help at all. The same message comes up.
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