|Try Windows Advanced Options menu: |
Try last Known Good configuration.
If that doesn't work, try to get into Safe Mode w/ Networking and look in the Windows Application & System Event Logs (under Computer Mgmt in Control panel) for Errors (Noted by a Red X in the "type" column).
You can try to install and update an anti-malware tool (like MalwareBytes, Emsisoft AntiMalware, SpyBot Search & Destroy etc) & scan your system for malware. Also update your anti-virus & scan with that (if you have it installed).
Open the PC case and check the motherboard as well for bad capacitors:
You may want to check your HDD too. Test your HDD with the free manufacturers hard drive utility available from the hard drive manufacturers website to make bootable floppies or CDs to thoroughly test your hard drive surface area, mechanics and electronics:
- Seagate/Maxtor (Maxtor acquired by Seagate): Seatools.
- Western Digital: DataLifeguard.
- Fujitsu: Fujitsu Drive Test (FJDT).
- Hitachi/IBM: Hitachi Drive Fitness (HDFT).
- Samsung: (HUTIL).
- Toshiba (Fujitsu, Samsung or Hitachi utilities may work).
MOOOOooove! OH and you're welcome!