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Tusi-m MB and P3, won't boot into O/S, keeps telling me that it shut down

And asks to satrt up in safe mode, reg mode, and so on , then after hitting the return key, it starts all over again, It's set up on jumper-free mode on the motherboard, and the bios shows 866 mhz, so I don't know whats wrong.In the bios the dimm is set as 100/133.

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Reinstall Windows in repair mode I think you have system file corrupted
Boot from CD after windows has loaded all drivers etc it will ask what do you want to do Press the R key for repair and follow instructions
WARNING on reboot do NOT press any keys

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Reset ur bios & reinstall your os your problem will solve

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TheY said my mother board is bad. All the computer does is come on and tells me that there was an error on shutting it off. I don't have the C/D to it. I can't get it to stay on at all now.


They r wrong...if your MB is out then it wont boot up...
start your computer and press F8 immediatly after power on....if you get the option to boot in "Safe Mode"
Do that and let it boot...if u get the Desktop then just shut down and restart...now let it boot normaly...
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your OS is corrupt...if possible get the WinXP install cd and boot from that and try re-formating the disk and re-installing the Windows OS
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Hold DOWN the "any" key.
Turn the computer on.
When you see "keyboard error. Press Fxx to enter BIOS SETUP", RELEASE the "any" key, and press the 'Fxx' key.
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2) Reinstall windows in repair mode
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Sounds like a hardware failure. Possilbly the motherboard, more than likely, the power supply.
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