My B750 wont boot up!!!!!

I can just bought this laptop and I can get everything to work, press F2 and all that but this stupid laptop wont work! I hear that little sound thingi, like after the windows sign comes up and it saying powering up, but it never shows my icon to click on so i can get to my desktop. If this dosen't get fixed im telling my friends how crappy lenovo is -.-'' im seriously upset

hi cc_77
the information you provided wasn't enough so i'm just gonna ask you if you can see the lenovo logo at start-up.

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