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HELLO I AM RAVICHANDRAN FROM iRELAND, I BOUGHT THE EEE PC 900 SERIES WINXP, I GB RAM CELERON 900 PROCESSOR. NOW WIDOWS XP IS CORRPTED, WHAT CAN I DO . I HAVE A USB DVD DRIVE. HOW IS BOOT THE BOOTABLE CD. PLEASE DETAILY EXPLAIN ME STEP BY STEP
I'd suggest booting into Safe Mode (press F8 after the POST information is finished on bootup) and then you should see an option for Administrator. If you can sign in successfully there, go to Control Panel and create a new account under User Accounts. Boot normally after that and see if you can sign in the new account.
Two questions: 1) is this XP or Vista? and 2) did you recently make any significant changes to the software (namely try to change the Certificate of Authenticity)? If what I suggested works, I'd say boot into Safe Mode again and then run System Restore for Windows. Set the system back to about a week ago and try logging in normally.
You of course have the prerogative of shifting your Windows to basic XP SP2 since the standard pre-installwed Windows in an Acer Aspire 5050-3242 is Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition.
But since it is brand new and I assume recently purchase, why not simply return it for replacement of another unit, model or brand.
If you feel that something is not right, then probably for a few dollars more you can get another brand/model more to your liking (test before leaving WalMart).
Good luck and kind regards.
- Did you make any recent software or hardware changes?
- It might be a adware or spyware issue
- The best thing we can do at this point of time is : System Restore
- Boot the system using 'safe mode with command prompt' option
- And execute : '%systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe' ; where %systemroot% is the windows folder