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After updating the system, I have some problems

Jan 22, 2017 1:32AM PST

After updating, I tried to turn off the computer and it gave an error about an application not working. It suddendly turned off itself, without letting me click "OK" on that error. When I rebooted it, there was a strange graphic, like an old system. I tried rebooting and it froze, only the arrow worked. I pressed the on/off button to turn off it, I rebooted, and the graphic is still there. Should I use a recovery point? I'd have already done it that if it didn't froze on reboot, because I'm afraid of what could happen. Please help me

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Re: reboot
Jan 22, 2017 1:38AM PST

Difficult to say without knowing what that graphic is. Can you post a picture on imgur or so (and a link here)?

The worst things that can happen: (a) it's a hardware issue, and you need to find a repair shop, or (b) you have to reinstall Windows 7.

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Updating
Jan 22, 2017 12:37PM PST

The first thing you want to do if you have not already done so is to copy out 'your stuff'.
If you can do that from whatever state the machine is now fine.
If not try safe mode or a linux live cd.

Once that's done then you can play with restore points or other.

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Formatting
Jan 23, 2017 10:05PM PST

Hi AnotherLucas, This problem is create by not properly format your computer or some type of viruses comes in your Computer so first You format your Computer properly and install all computer drivers which is System required. I hope your problem will be solve.

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