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URGENT "Initializing Intel (R) Boot Agent" message anytime I start-up my Desktop PC ~!URGENT!~

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HP 6000 Pro Desktop
Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)

Hi everyone, second time poster, I've got a problem with my HP PC.  I think its a 6000 Pro Desktop. It has windows 7. 

 

So the PC works fine, but anytime I have to re-start/shutdown, I get this message:

Initializing Intel (R) Boot Agent

and a bunch of numbers and stuff. 

 

Now the thing is, I'm able to by-pass it, eventually, with enough rebooting and smashing of the f1 to f12 keys, and eventually it just starts up windows as normal as if nothing happened! Its so confusing cause a quick search on google tells me that my PC's HD is dead, which is obviously isn't. 

 

At the moment of writing this the PC has currently entered this state again after being shut down and I have been unsuccessful in trying to get windows to start as per usual, I know I can get it to go properly but I whish someone could properly diagnose this situation. Any help is appreciated, thanks.

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Update, PC is once again working fine after smashing the f1 to f5 keys while the message appeared after several times, does anyone know what exactly this problem pertains too? why does this keep happening?

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