I can sympathize. My computer picked up a virus a while back necessitating a complete wipe and reboot. Luck getting straight.
You tried booting into "Safe Mode"? As the computer is booting press and hold your "F8 Key". That'll bring up the "Windows Advanced Options Menu". Use your arrow keys to move to "Safe Mode" and press your Enter key.Safe mode boots up without a lot of the drivers and such. It may help determine what's hanging it up. Also, when we ad this problem a couple weeks ago, I discovered that one of the kids had left their MP3 player plugged in. The computer, while booting up, apparently "found" the player, regarded that as a drive it couldn't recognize, and stopped booting. Have you plugged anything new in? Camera, music player, external drive?
Thanks, Dusty. I'll give some of that a try. You never know. I might get lucky. Though I doubt it.
Hmmm,,, It died with it's "Boots Up." LOL
Maybe you need to get Jackie Chan to protect your computer:http://www.kungfucinema.com/jackie-chan-does-segway-fu-in-kaspersky-ad-9465
I'd hire Jackie in a heartbeat.
The best Chan since Charlie and his Chan clan.
Bill, sorry to hear that. I hope you are the kind of person that backs up your data frequently.Mike
I'm mildly compulsive about backing up, so all's well there.
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