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My computer won't start


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BonbonRose

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Hello everybody!

This morning I tried to open the computer but it didn't. This screen came instead.

I'd appreciate your help!

Edited by BonbonRose, 02 December 2016 - 11:10 AM.

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FreeBooter

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The screenshot you have posted is not showing.


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BonbonRose

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I attached it but something wrong might have happened. I uploaded it and here's the link https://s11.postimg....1202_161306.jpg
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Disconnect all externally attached devices power off your computer disconnect power cable and battery if its laptop and press hold power button for 10 seconds and power on your computer hopefully this will resolve your issue.

If above suggestion wont work then reset BIOS to its default factory settings.

What happens when you boot your computer with Windows Setup DVD if you don't have one try booting your computer with Puppy Linux CD?


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BonbonRose,
 
We are always happy to help when we can but we cannot safely do so if you are already receiving assistance on any other forum, doing so may lead to confusion as to whose and what guidance you are following which can be both dangerous and costly, continue with the thread that you started first which is here  
 
Thank you for your understanding.
 
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