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windows vista 64, won't boot. black screen no cursor no anyt

Here's some pictures with my problem -
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. So it happened few days ago, I was multitasking " YouTube, power point, Wikipedia, Photoshop". When all of sudden my screen rebooted, only screen. Then my commuter froze, I couldn't even get task manger , so I plug out power. When I tried to turn computer back on it had black screen and message boot from achvi cd after its just black screen and nothing else. I tried to live it on for couple of hours with no success. F8 and other combinations won't work, only thing I could get to is boot menu. I have geek squad recovery cd but it won't work, it says that no emulation system type. I suspect that I got some type of virus that deletes operation system, I'll try to install clean version of vista, I'll piss if it helps.

Please if you have any suggestion how to fix that problem please tell.
Thank you.

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No make, model.

And no mention of things plugged into the USB or other connections. Could be that same of USB issue (unplug things) to the need for the simple generic reset noted in the CNET Laptop Troubleshooting forum but why not mention of what this PC is?

The multitasking could lead me to comment about heat but as I see nothing about the PC, I can't comment more.
Bob

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vista wont boot

I have desktop, gateway I'm not sure about model, I'll try to find some information about that. Is there any way to check of its overheating problem, and how to fix that.

Thank you for your reply.

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Yes.

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