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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Re: tusi-m MB and P3, won't boot into O/S, keeps telling...
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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try safe my by hitting the function F8 while it is booting up and loading windows. then choose safe mode. if you can get into it shut it down and reboot in normal mode. If no good repeat steps except once you are in safe mode roll back te reg before the date that it happen. Good luck.
Boot into safe mode (Keep hitting F8 until the boot option comes up) In safe mode go to Start, Programs, Accessories System tools Select System Restore Pick a date before you loaded the printer driver software The computer should be fine now but without the printer driver Find a printer driver from the manufacturer that matches your model and operating system Install the printer driver Hope this helps
Shut down the system (power off, not hibernate) and then turn it back on.
As soon as the Windows logo appears, hit the "F6" key, once or twice per second, and keep hitting it until you get a boot menu. The boot menu will be plain text (no graphics, no windows, no mouse cursor, etc) listing things like:
Last Known Good Configuration
Safe Mode with Networking
Use the arrow keys to highlight the one that you want and then hit Enter
Try hitting the F8 button on the keyboard a screen comes up with several options move to safe mode and hit enter on the keyboard if it boots up to safe mode hit the NO tab when it asks to go to SAFE MODE you then can do a system restore to a date that you know the computer worked....this is a restore not a recovery and you will not loose any of your documents or pics etc....
Try booting to safe mode by pressing F8 button while computer is turning on, in this mode you will be able to isolate the problem if this is a hardware or software issue. if system still turns off automatically while inside safe mode it means that it is already a hardware component issue. though fan is spinning and system may have plenty of air, your system might still be experiencing a fan issue. It doesnt mattert if the fan is spinning, what matters most is if the system can see that the fan works fine because if not - automatically system shuts itself off for safety purposes. Fan needs to be replaced if system still turns off while in safe mode. otherwise perform system restore if system works fine inside safe mode. by this step you'll be able to revert the setting sof your computer back to the day before the problem occured.
To perform system restore just click on start>all programs>accessories>system tools>system restore> you may need to choose dates on the list that the computer will provide you about the date you may go back with. Restart computer after the process.
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You should just have to shut it down in safe mode and reboot. And it should come up in normal mode. You can try hitting F8 when you turn it on until you get the boot menu and then select boot in normal mode.
If it keep wanting to go into safe mode it may need to reboto a few times to clear out something before it behaves but it should boot into normal mode on its own.
If you can boot into safe mode, then once in safe mode open system restore and then restore to a couple days prior to the install of the hp drivers. This should fix the problem. If you need to know how to get into system restore let me know your operating system (Vista or XP)
Turn the PC on, when it is booting up, keep hitting "F8" until windows boot options come up, choose "Safe Mode" and then once it boots into safe mode fully, go to the start menu and choose shut down. After it shuts down, turn it back on and it should go back into normal mode. From now on, don't use Hibernate, its buggy and has been since XP.