Have you ever booted your PC or Laptop, and ended on a black screen with a message; personalized settings not responding? If you want to know more about this error and find a solution, read on!
This error can show up out of nowhere due to corrupted system files, a failed or failing hard disk drive, or even appear if you’ve mucked around with the computer’s boot order. Let’s take a look at the various causes that prompt this error message and 8 ways you can fix it.
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