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  1. kierannich

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    it has been sticking on the loading screen for about a month now so i reinstalled windows and it came on to the desktop i started downloading the drivers for mobo and i had to restart twice on the second time it got stuck again then i turned it off it came back on and asked me to system restore so i did it got stuck again i tried repairing with the windows disk it said it couldnt repair really stuck on this help would be appreciated thanks
     
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    yeah its the same computer i didnt do what the last guy said i only just seen it now :(
     
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    The problem is that you might have a hardware problem and you are trying to fix it by software (restoring or a complete reinstall of Windows).
     
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    what piece of hardware could it be? i didnt think it was hardware because some times it turns on to desktop but then when i turn it off and back on it asks me to system restore and doesnt work again after that and it stays on this black screen that says marvell 886se91xx adapter -bios version 1.0.0.1029 initializing for about 15 mins the gets stuck on that windows screen
     
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    88se9 sorry then asks for start up repair
     
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    In your thread of 28 March, you said you have random shutdowns. That is a hardware problem. It could be heat, memory, failing power supply, fault in a motherboard as possible suspects.
     
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    how do i test for which ones failing ?
     
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    You can't now. You could have in your earlier thread when windows was loading.
     
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    so theres no way or knowing how to fix it :(
     
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    I wouldn't know how, if you can not get the computer to boot.

    You could buy parts and keep swapping out but that's expensive and might not solve the problem.

    The other alternative is to take it to a computer repair place where they have tools to test individual parts.
     
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    you need to follow the advice on the other thread

    memtest for sure
     
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    i have had it to boot up very rare times but i cant access the internet because of the drivers need to be installed and when it restarts it doesnt come back on then so i will have to take it to get fixed
     
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    if u can't follow the advice from this forum and you are not confident with computers it is probably best that u take it to a repair shop.............. just not the geek squad
     
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