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What to do if your computer freezes during System Restore?

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I'm having problems with my computer. Not sure what happened, but things were coming up blank after the Windows logo screen. It just happened all of a sudden yesterday when I logged out of the current user. I came back and it was blank. I could still see and use the mouse, but nothing else. And every time I restart the computer, it gets me to the Windows logo screen, with the little moving progress bar, and then after that it's all blank except for the mouse.  So I entered Safe Mode, and fired up System Restore. I chose a restore point and hit next. It went into it's process, but now with about 4/5 of the "Restoring Files" progress bar done, it has just frozen. I can move the mouse and everything, but it hasn't moved in 10 minutes or more.  Is it safe to turn off the computer and go back into Safe Mode? Should I wait it out? I'm so frustrated because I had some things to get done and this has never happened before. 
Any ideas? 

Please help. 

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet. 

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The First Noble Truth is that life is suffering.

The Second Noble Truth is that all suffering is caused by craving.

The Third Noble Truth is that suffering can be overcome and happiness attained.

The Fourth Noble Truth is the Path leading to the overcoming of suffering. This path is called the Noble Eightfold Path and consists of Perfect Understanding, Perfect Thought, Perfect Speech, Perfect Action, Perfect Livelihood, Perfect Effort, Perfect Mindfulness and Perfect Concentration.

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