Blue screen on Vista after the Green loading bar

After turning on the computer, the message "loading Windows files" with a white bar in below appears, then the normal green roof bar. Shortly after, the screen becomes fast black, then blue. The mouse arrow stays on the screen and nothing happens, no text appears on the screen. Help! I am somewhat a novice in computer science.

If Ctrl + Alt + Delete does not work, then there is a deep problem. As we
Unable to access the computer in any way, we need to use external tools. Are your
saved documents? You have a CD that came with the computer - which
What do recovery or Vista? What brand is your computer?
 
Read more and note the difference between having a CD or not.
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/tutorial142.html
 
When you get to the dialog where you choose the tool you want to choose the command
Command prompt and type
sfc/scannow
 
If it does not help choose the system restore.
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"longy59" wrote in message news: ad7b62a0-f8fb-46c 7-976b - 9759e21b6622...
> Ctrl + Alt + Del will not work either
 
 

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