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boezack

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My computer freeze while loading start up programs.

I can boot up and I get to the log in. After I click to log in the computer freezes as it is loading the start up programs. I can still move the mouse and activate caps lock and num lock, but the computer will not do anything else. I have tried to start in safe mode to shut down the start up programs but safe mode will not run, it loads a bunch on lines, freezes, then reboots.

Is there anything I can try?
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Hi boezack, welcome to Geeks to Go.

Some basic info would be handy.

Operating System.

CPU , RAM , Hard drive size.

Any beeps as the Computer initially starts up ?

Any resent changes made to your System, Either Harware, or Software.

Events that have happened which you "suspect" may have caused this problem, Power outage, dropped the Case, Whatever .

Thankyou.

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I can boot up and I get to the log in.

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After I click to log in the computer freezes as it is loading the start up programs.

As i understand, you get to the Windows Login Screen, type your Username, Password, and as the System is loading it freezes?
Do you get your Desktop ?
How are you shutting down ?

Try one thing before replying.
Turn of the computer, pull the plug out of the mains Power. Leave it for 30 minutes.
Plug back in, and reboot.
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