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Has xp system and sometimes it wont boot up and appeares to cur off

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Try repair windows...if it does not work...reinstall windows...using the XP installation CD.

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When i switch my computer on, windows profession window appears and say press ctrl+alt_delete to begin, I do that but nothing happens. My laptop i'm using is a Dell Latitude D630


Step 1 - Remove non bootable media
Remove any floppy disks, CD's or USB sticks from your computer and restart.
If NTLDR is missing error appears again, Do the Next Step.

Ensure you boot the system from the CD. The system will then boot into the Windows XP Setup.
At the welcome screen press 'R' to enter the Recovery Console
At the recovery console, select your Windows XP installation and enter your Administrator password if requested
At the command prompt issue the following commands and press ENTER after each command:
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insert the cd into the cd rom, when dell logo appears start tapping F12 it will give you the option to boot directly from cd.
also you can try system recovery if you have recovery partition with ctrl+F11.

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Vm7000m will only get as far as windows xp logo,


restart while booting(befor WIN XP appear) press F8 and get in to save mode or Command Promp mode, then type >> chkdsk -f, wait until done and restart. if still, I think you have problem with System or Harddrive, re-install it will be help.

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Don't have acces to system


Assuming this is Windows XP. Press F8 before the Windows XP logo appears during boot. Try either "Safe Mode" or "Last Known Good Configuration". Safe Mode will bypass loading certain parts of Windows, while the other will fall back to the configuration from the last successful boot.

If you are not using Windows XP, please clarify.

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How to reinstall windows xp if files are missing??


actually you can reinstall your xp system but this you can't, why:

the reason
your windows xp system are being updated every month...
the version from original system are being extracted to a new version....

by this time reformat you hard disk...

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Want to install xp by caldera dr dos


The problem is hard enough for beginners . First :

1.DR DOS is used by ASUS . DR DOS isn't MS-DOS (Microsoft), just 99% compatible with it . You have access with it on whole HDD+cd/dvd but , because drdos will enable only 8MB RAM you can't install winnt.exe from i386 . There are at least 2 solutions :
a. if drdos is enable because u reseted BIOS try to change bios according to a better result (avoiding Caldera) and start a nice windows installation;
b. u may use another desktop/laptop until the first restart (in installation) ; u must try to use a computer with ~motherboard for best results.

Don't forget that DR DOS Caldera is almost every time used on ASUS MBs with all on board and you must have a PS2 keyboard/mouse to use any kind of DOS . I read sometimes that DRDOS is a soft used by Microsoft which it's wrong - there isn't any link between drdos and any windows system , genuine or not .
DRDOS problem might appear because it's a soft put on ASUS MB cd driver and , sometime, might be on a BIOS ROM .When u will boot with the MB cd driver in this kind of problem might occur .
Other way Caldera may appear is when u have a windows cd made careless with NERO and caldera will appear no matter the MB .

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Xp booting screen slowly get appear


maybe your computer might at risk such as your computer might have a virus or worm...

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Boot up takes too long


This happens when the computer gets full of "junk" (this happens with any computer over time) and can be remedied with a fresh windows install.

If you don't plan to reinstall windows in near future I suggest you go to Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs and uninstall any software you don't use/need

Also tweaking the system registry migh help speed up boot time:

1. Click ‘Start’ then 'Run’
2. Type in ‘Regedit’ then click ‘Ok’
3. Navigate to ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Cur rentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\PrefetchParameters\ ‘
4. Right-click on “EnablePrefetcher” and set the value to ‘0′
5. Close 'Regedit'
6. Navigate to 'Windows\Prefetch' folder (usualy drive on C:) and delete all its contents
5. Reboot.
7. Enjoy greatly improved boot time ;]

Hope this helps!

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Freezing or shutoff on boot, setup or minutes into operation


Try this:

Boot the system with your Windows XP installation disk. When the boot options window appears select R for recovery console. Once you have logged into the DOS session type: fixmbr and hit the enter or return key and select "y" for yes you want to do this. Type: fixboot and hit the return key again, hit "y" for yes.

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