T3025 windows xp home, crashed on Tues - haven't been able to access internet since.
Tues nite, ready to send an email, computer froze. Turned it off, then back on again 'bout 20 sec later. Got to the start-up screen & kept receiving an 'application error' message - did I want to cancel? Doesn't matter if I want to or no ... machine re-boots itself, off then starting up again to that Start screen again, but no further.
Where can I get a re-bootable Repair CD for windows xp home?
Don't wanna use my Restore CD & lose everything.
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Try to run in safe mode with F* key.
when switch the pc press F8 key thwn choose safe mode.
go tro satrt menu then run type there "chkdsk /r"
then press "y"
then restart the system.
aslo try to run in last known good config...
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some file in the system are corrupted probably by some mal-ware or some virus. do u have any anti-virus installed on your computer?
what i can suggest you is try accessing your e-mail from other browsers like Mozilla firefox or safari. or you can try reinstalling the internet explorer.
get simple windows xp you just have to format deep with emachines as ntfs ive ran windows complete programs on emachines with out a problem and created straight recovery disk simple to be ran in windows safemode
now your hard drive
depending on which brand hard drive you have there is a couple out there that have data compression problems over 80 gig these harddrives over 80 gig have a crash ratio of 8 to 1 sea gate about 2 years ago had this problem dont know if they corrected it yet
quite possible your hard drive did not die at all but the power supply just didnt have the juice to push it check hdd by another source of power