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Actually I give them some love. I've built a dozen or so starting with a Heathkit years age. Back to your problem with Dell your cousin can find a wide variety of repair and system software on ebay that is genuine Dell. Have you tried to boot into the safe mode? If you can safe boot run his anti-virus and malware software. After that depndingdepending on his OS pick a restore point before the problem began. Failing that it usually easy to access the innards of a PC to do a quick visual inspection. Good luck. Ralph
Actually I give them some love. I've built a dozen or so starting with a Heathkit years age. Back to your problem with Dell your cousin can find a wide variety of repair and system software on ebay that is genuine Dell. Have you tried to boot into the safe mode? If you can safe boot run his anti-virus and malware software. After that depndingdepending on his OS pick a restore point before the problem began. Failing that it usually easy to access the innards of a PC to do a quick visual inspection. Good luck. Ralph

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Actually I give them some love. I've built a dozen or so starting with a Heathkit years age. Back to your problem I'm including the URL for Dell support--you probably have it but to be on the safe side. I've usually found them to be helpful. Withwith Dell your cousin can find a wide variety of repair and system software on ebay that is genuine Dell. Have you tried to boot into the safe mode? If you can safe boot run his anti-virus and malware software. After that depnding on his OS pick a restore point before the problem began. Failing that it usually easy to access the innards of a PC to do a quick visual inspection. Good luck. Ralph

http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs
Actually I give them some love. I've built a dozen or so starting with a Heathkit years age. Back to your problem I'm including the URL for Dell support--you probably have it but to be on the safe side. I've usually found them to be helpful. Withwith Dell your cousin can find a wide variety of repair and system software on ebay that is genuine Dell. Have you tried to boot into the safe mode? If you can safe boot run his anti-virus and malware software. After that depnding on his OS pick a restore point before the problem began. Failing that it usually easy to access the innards of a PC to do a quick visual inspection. Good luck. Ralph

http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs

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Actually I give them some love. I've built a dozen or so starting with a Heathkit years age. Back to your problem I'm including the URL for Dell support--you probably have it but to be on the safe side. I've usually found them to be helpful. With Dell your cousin can find a wide variety of repair and system software on ebay that is genuine Dell. Have you tried to boot into the safe mode? If you can safe boot run his anti-virus and malware software. After that depnding on his OS pick a restore point before the problem began. Failing that it usually easy to access the innards of a PC to do a quick visual inspection. Good luck. Ralph
Actually I give them some love. I've built a dozen or so starting with a Heathkit years age. Back to your problem I'm including the URL for Dell support--you probably have it but to be on the safe side. I've usually found them to be helpful. With Dell your cousin can find a wide variety of repair and system software on ebay that is genuine Dell. Have you tried to boot into the safe mode? If you can safe boot run his anti-virus and malware software. After that depnding on his OS pick a restore point before the problem began. Failing that it usually easy to access the innards of a PC to do a quick visual inspection. Good luck. Ralph
 
http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs

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Actually I give them some love. I've built a dozen or so starting with a Heathkit years age. Back to your problem I'm including the URL for Dell support--you probably have but to be on the safe side. I've usually found them to be helpful. With Dell your cousin can find a wide variety of repair and system software on ebay that is genuine Dell. Have you tried to boot into the safe mode? If you can safe boot run his anti-virus and malware software. After that depnding on his OS pick a restore point before the problem began. Failing that it usually easy to access the innards of a PC to do a quick visual inspection. Good luck. Ralph

http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs

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