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HP pavilion a6554f won't boot up. I installed 4important windows update but never rebooted right away. Forgot to reboot later that evening. Came home next day computer appeared to be trying to reboot. Screen stay on blue hp invent screen with 4 options/ system recovery,setup,diagnostics and ?. Have unhooked USB's except mouse and keyboard, held escape and started machine no boot up. Ran tests from blue screen drives passed, hard drive passed, memory passed.no bad noises from harddrive

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It may be a system file error, maybe its corrupted,if you have a recovery disc run it from bios in recovery mode, if you have a windows os copy, run system repair

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Then what happens next? did the computer successfully restarted after the diagnose?

Posted on May 16, 2011

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