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User Info: ChickenNugs

ChickenNugs
2 months ago#1
Now I can't login to my laptop, system restore doesn't help, all because origin kept error if :( is there anything I can do ? I admit I know next to nothing about pcs/laptops, thanks for any help
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User Info: Masamune_DS

Masamune_DS
2 months ago#2
What exactly is occurring? The laptop starts up just fine?
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User Info: ChickenNugs

ChickenNugs
2 months ago#3
It starts fine, gets to the login part and then just doesn't give me the option to log in, I can press f11 and get the troubleshoot menus but none of them seem to fix my problem
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User Info: Hatsune_Miku

Hatsune_Miku
2 months ago#4
What's "Origin kept error if :(" mean?
http://pcpartpicker.com/list/zRHKHN

User Info: ChickenNugs

ChickenNugs
2 months ago#5
Oops, typing on my phone so auto correct, I meant erroring, I got the sims 4 digitally and it kept crashing when I tried to download it then I read to try a clean boot and now I can't even log on
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User Info: Hatsune_Miku

Hatsune_Miku
2 months ago#6
Check your HD for failure would be my first thing.
http://pcpartpicker.com/list/zRHKHN

User Info: perijah

perijah
2 months ago#7
So when windows starts up, you click to log in, the screen slides up, but nothing appears?

I had that as well on a clean install. It's tricky, do a hard reset, pull out battery, hold power button for a longer time. Enter BIOS and exit it again. Something in this line fixed it for me.
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