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E6510 Stuck on Starting Windows

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Latitude E6510 stuck on : Starting Windows ,

No USB device connected or Disc inserted.



What can be done to fix this issue?
Thanks ,
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Question by:mvalencia2003
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by:WalkaboutTigger
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Also am presuming you have no SD card inserted.
Can you boot into Safe Mode at all?
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by:mvalencia2003
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safe mode with networking ,
loaded ok ..
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by:noxcho
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When you start it at normal mode till which stage does it load?
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Normal Mode ,

Stuck on Starting Windows ... ... ... ... ...
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You may need to boot up in safe mode and look at the event logs to see what is hanging up the system in the regular boot.
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by:nobus
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it can be a corrupt OS- or bad disk drive
i suggest to run the disk diag from the manufacturer of the disk
find all on the UBCD :

http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/download.html                  direct link UBCD
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by:noxcho
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Two questions:
A) what did you do right before it started behaving this way?
B) how long did you wait to see if it goes further?
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