First off thank you for answering my question, i have tried to run in safe mode but the same problem happens, i do not have the system disk in order to re-install it, is there another way to solve my problem, thank you.
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Re: system won't start.
I am coming into this problem in the middle and am not sure what the actual problem is. It sounds like windows ha quit working in normal mode and also safe mode. Did you get some type of virus on the computer? Have you tried to restart the computer using the last saved good start mode? There are some discs out there that advertise they will restart a windows computer without the original discs, but i have never used then. I have always used the windows install discs to repair or totally rdo the computers hard drive. Unfortunately you loose all your data unless you have been backing it up with another drive. Give me some more details on your problem and I willsee if ther is any other option that you could use to get it back up and running.. Regards, rcampsr
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Is this happening on any program you click on? If so it means a virus has changed your program file associations.
Click Start/Control Panel/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore When system restore opens select a date and time that was before this problem started happening. Let the system restore run to completion. Don't worry, System Restore does not destroy any of your data, documents, music, pictures or videos. System Recovery destroys everything and sets the computer back to when you first purchased it.
If the virus won't let you start system restore then turn off your computer and turn it back on, start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Select the safe mode option and when it boots up click Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore and from there select a date and time that was before you started having the problem.
If you still have a problem after doing the restore, report back and there is about 30 different little programs you will have to run to get your program file associations set back to their default settings.
If it can't start in safe mode, you've got bigger issues. You'll probably have to do an OS rebuild. First, try starting from a Windows install disk and go into the repair console. From there, run chkdsk on the reported hard drives. Then try booting into safe mode again. If it still won't, you'll have to do an OS rebuild repair.
hi there mike, have you tried using safe mode? once you gain access to windows safe mode try to perform system restore. click start then all programs then accessories then system tools then system restore. select a date that you could remeber that the computer is working fine. that should solved the issue. Now, if same error happened after choosing safe mode. then i recommend to use the recovery disk that came with the system for you to be able to use your computer again. thanks!
Open the machine - remove everything but the mouse and key board and one stick of ram- check the connections to the hdd while you're in there. Reboot the machine - once it hints at getting going after you turn it on - start tapping the delete button -until you get to the BIOS - find the SET TO DEFAULT - there is only one -- it will set you back to default and let you boot up. Once this happens - reboot the machine - if it STILL has trouble - reboot it again and tap F-8 until you get to safe mode - once in safe mode it should give you an error message - copy that down and come back. To get faster answers and better service ask for premium service and ask for me. Thanks
Try to start your computer into a safe mode and then remove the old graphic card driver but if you cant get to safe mode then probably theres a problem with your operating system. Consider reformat and install a fresh copy of any OS you prefered.
When you boot your pc, hit F8 several times. You should see a boot option list. Fyrst try the option last known good configuration. If that doesn't work. reboot and hit F8 to get the list again but this time try safe mode. After you hit enter to try safe mode hold down both <ctrl> keys for a couple of seconds. If it boots into safe mode, try a system restore. Go to Start>programs>accessories>systrm tools>system restore. Choose a date a few days back. If any of these work, go to your command prompy. Go start>run> and type cmd. Then type chkdsk /f There's a space between the k and the slash. It will tell you it can't run right now do you wan't it run the next time you start your system? Enter y. Exit the box, then reboot. If it reboots successfully, do a complete virus scan. If this fixes your problem please rate as fixed. If not, don't rate yet. Add a commrnt and let me know what happened and I'll be glad to help you further. Thanks.