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Laptop help

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My grandparents found a Dell Inspiron 15 Inspiron 7000 series 7548 in a storage locker. They gave it to me and wanted me to fix it, but I need some help. I let it charge for 1 day and then turned it on. It showed the Dell screen and took about a half hour to load. Then it took me to the Windows 10 safe mode. No matter what I do, it either repeats the boot system from the Dell logo to Windows safe mode, it tries to find disk errors but fails, find reboot errors but fails, or will take me to the Motherboard screen where I learned it has some kind of an i5 and 6gb of RAM. If anyone can think of a solution any help is appreciated, 

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Sounds like the HDD might may have gone the way of platform shoes.  I'd replace it.

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