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jason123456

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hi guys i wonder if anyone can help me .i have a packard bell pav 80.it was running slow so i tryed turning a few things of in task manager .now it wont boot up .ive tryed pressing f8 on start up but system repair is not in the list . it was there cause i tryed to reset to factory settings and now its just stuck on ..set up is starting services.... help me please.


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:welcome:    jason123456,

 

Before suggesting anything can I first ask if there is any data on the hard drive that you would like to try and back up.

 

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no phil i just want it to start up again 


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If it has not been formatted you should have a recovery partition on the HDD, see below for "how to" check;

 

Power on the notebook, when the Packard Bell logo is displayed press and hold the ALT key while repeatedly tapping the F10 key, release the keys if you get a message saying  that Windows is loading files.
 
After the system recovery program has loaded follow the prompts to reinstall the operating system
 
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no phil i just want it to start up again 

hi phil this is what i get on screen

edit windows boot options for windows 7

path:  \windows\system\winload.exe

partition 3

hard disk:ed96fcle

/noexecute=option


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