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laptop won't boot up


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#16 juliofelipe

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 11:05 PM

I just tried a clean boot and, no good - still not booting up.

How do I get back into that systems settings to turn stuff back on? Prior to disabling everything, I was able to access my network and most everything was functioning in safe mode, so I was hoping to get back to that so I can somewhat still use my computer while troubleshooting. The search function (where I typed in msconfig) isn't working now.

And as for the troubleshooting- do you want me to go in and delete a bunch of stuff off my hard drive? I have a variety of media (songs/movies) that I don't need. We can see if clearing out space helps at all. If so, is there a target % of free space that I should be aiming for?

Thanks!

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