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Re: Boot up failure
Hi! Have you a bootable cd/dvd with your operating system on it? if using Windows then make sure the o/s is in a drive turn p.c. off then boot up, hopefully you'll be prompted to run from cd by pressing any key! then windows will load files ask you for location and keyboard preferences then re-install/upgrade possibly or repair! try repair?
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reboot the computer, and press F8 while rebooting, and choose safe mode with networking from the boot menu, once you are in windows, see if internet explorer works in safe mode, if it does, let me know so we can look for a solution
Windows Media Center Edition is exactly that; an "Edition" of XP Pro. If you go to My Computer and then click on System Properties, you will likely be comforted to see that you indeed have Windows Media Center Edition 2005.
Reinstall windows system is very easy to to operate but without having a Bootable Disk or that Windows XP Media Center Edition Disc, i think you have to buy a new one or Genuine Windows XP Media Center Edition. It's in the market. And also if you friends that are using any Compaq Presario which they have the WINDOWS CD. Borrow it to install in your LAPTOP. At least XP Media Center Edition they use. There is another options on how to put operating system on your laptop. To gather any information or to do at least we have any ideas how to get it. No need for any Serial #. Genuine Windows Media Center Edition have it's own LICENSE or CD KEY. Hope this might help you my idea. Good luck!
Well I would think back to when you started having the Media center problems, and did you make ANY new software installs just before the problem started? If so remove the newly installed program, or try to use "System Restore" to restore your system to a time just before you started having the problems. If this does not work, please post the EXACT wording of the error, eg: "fault in module..." "called from...." or make a screen capture or the error window expanded with all info showing.
try going into the bios and changeing the boot device to hard drive. More iformation is needed though to help you ie os version, what you done just before this problem had arisen , brand name of your computer. let me know im sure i can assist you and try not to get frustrated these things happen more often than you know.
To connect the Xbox 360 console to this computer, you must be running Windows XP Service Pack 2, Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, or Windows Vista.
To obtain your setup package or instructions for connecting your Xbox 360, select the version of Windows installed on this computer from the following list.