|25 Nov 2013||#1|
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System wont boot to windows. Got a blinking screen after bios page.
I realized some days ago that my system was slow in responding. But not long i got the blue screen with white writings about 'crash dump things'. So i press the power button to switch off and on again. I enter windows normally. So fast forward to 3 days later. The system was responding very slow again so i used the power button again. On putting it on, the system will just stop with a blinking cursor at the left top corner(after the bios page). So i used the recovery cd that came wt it to try repair. The only option that worked was 'startup repair' and 'command prompt'. The 'system restore', 'image restore' from the menu did not respond to selection. So i used the startup repair option. On finishing, i restarted the system. But now, after the bios page, what i got was a blinking empty screen with the fan blowing simultaneously as if it wants to work normally. The f8 thing isn't responding at all. Please any solution?
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|26 Nov 2013||#5|
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