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Doby

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The MS artical is detailed and it would be eaiser to do a restore if in fact this is the problem.

But I Caution you, using the restore disk will erase your drive and put the computer back to the original state in witch you got it and you will lose all your stuff.

If you cannot lose your data I would post a topic over in software and let the experts there have a look before we continue hardware troobleshooting.

BTW peterm had some computer problems and was unable to respond for awhile

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hey guys, wow. long and bumpy road it seems...lol. thought id update yall, remember my pc werid startup problems, found out, it was only my [bleep] monitor. :tazz: :-)

at least it wasnt anything crucial, and at least i didnt restore my pc, it would have been a major blown, and then it turn out to not be it.

anyway, yeah it was that. my darn plasma flat screeen crapped out. as far as those, they impossible to fix? i doubt i can do anything

but, thanks for the replies guys
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