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Does windows still startup and u are able to work ?

if so then dont worry about it and work..
remember not to be conecerned with the non obvious

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Are there any sets of audio 'beeps' that occur during startup? If you get anything other than a single beep during startup, it could indicate an error code for hardware failure detected during the POST phase of bootup.

If you have recovery or Windows installation CD's, try pressing F12, go to the bootup menu and try booting from the CD.

Look at the bootup menu and see if there is a hard drive as one of the options. If the hard drive is not there, or if you try to boot from the hard drive from that menu and you get error messages, that might indicate something wrong with the hard drive.

If you can boot from the CD, you may be able to use the Windows Recovery Manager to restore Windows on your hard drive, if the hard drive is working. There may also be a recovery partition on the drive that will allow you to recover Windows, but beware that files on the hard drive may be lost when you use the recovery partition.

If you have files on the hard drive you need to recover, you may be able to remove the hard drive, put it on an USB drive adapter, and use another PC to copy files off of the old drive, even if it cannot boot the old computer. After you have recovered your files, you can try the recovery partition or format the drive and use Windows install disks to restore Windows to the drive.

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Quit the Registry Editor and log off


Automate the above task using this utility
This tiny utility provides you the option to choose a color from the Color Picker dialog and can reset the logon Wallpaper if you want. Choose your preferred Color and click Apply Background color. Remove Logon Screen wallpaper option clears the logon

How to disable the Windows XP Splash Screen / logo at startup ?
To disable the Windows XP splash screen (logo) at startup, and to see the list of drivers loading at startup, follow these steps:
Click Start, Run and type MSCONFIG
Click the Boot.ini tab
Under Operating Systems section, select the appropriate entry and then enable the /SOS switch in the Boot Options section below
Click OK and close MSCONFIG utility.
The corresponding entry in the Boot.ini file is automatically added. Example given below:
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(5)\WINDOWS="XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect
becomes
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(5)\WINDOWS="XP Professional" /noexecute=optin /fastdetect /sos
The /sos parameter displays the names of the drivers as they load during the boot process. Use when startup fails (while loading drivers) to determine which driver is failing to load. See Boot Parameter Reference for more information.
Also see /noguiboot parameter, which can also disable the splash screen.

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Laptop samsung freeze at windows logo startup


Restart with safe mode. Start-Run-msconfig, than uncheck all loading startup programs. (one must be a killer) Restart and go.

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My iMac G5 computer starts up and then gets to the apple logo ,it ses like it loading up but nothing is happening.


The PRAM is the first thing to try and then there might be an internal reset button next tot he installed RAM. Seen it in older eMac and iMac desktops but not sure about yours.

Resetting the Parameter RAM

One easy fix for many issues is to simply reset the PRAM to its default state. This will cause some data to be lost, specifically the date, the time, and the startup volume selection. Luckily, you can easily correct these settings using your Mac's System Preferences.
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  2. Turn your Mac back on.
  3. Immediately press and hold the following keys: command+option+P+R. That's four keys: the command key, the option key, the letter P, and the letter R. You must press and hold these four keys before you see the gray screen during the startup process.
  4. Continue to hold down the four keys. This is a long process, during which your Mac will restart on its own.
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10 minutes??? Are you exaggerating? Did Windows go into diagnostic/recovery mode during that time? One possible culprit is that it's finishing updating Windows during the startup. Another possible reason is that a BIOS setting was changed for some reason.

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Hi there!

Here are the steps to restore your computer to factory default:

Windows XP
- Turn on Computer
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- let the computer finish starting


Windows Vista
- Turn on Computer
- during startup you will see the Dell logo, press <F8> several times
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Hi,
Prepare to Diagnose the Computer
Perform the following actions to prepare the computer for troubleshooting a startup problem.

1. Remove the battery and AC adapter from the notebook.
2.Remove any optical disks (CD or DVD), and disconnect any external devices or peripherals such as USB devices, printers, docking stations etc.
3.Plug the AC adapter directly into a functioning wall socket.
4.Press the Power button to turn on the computer.

NOTE:After the battery, optical media and peripherals are removed, the Notebook PC may startup normally. If this occurs see Windows starts after the battery, optical media and peripherals are removed .

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When the notebook stops responding or displays an error message, let me know what symptom that most closely resembles what is seen on the Notebook PC screen.

* Screen is blank with no cursor or text
*An error message is displayed on a black background
*An error message is displayed on a blue background
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*PC Stops responding on the Windows logo screen
* The Microsoft Windows 'Advanced Options Menu' is displayed
* PC stops responding with a blinking cursor is displayed in the upper left corner of a black screen.
*Password is requested but password is forgotten or lost.
*Microsoft Windows starts, but a 'serious error' message is displayed that prompts you to send an error report to Microsoft for evaluation.
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*Display is very dim during and after startup
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Some systems may take a bit to boot at times. Windows has to do a number of functions during startup. Have you tried just leaving it run after you see the windows logo and wait several minutes? If not, give it a try. If after about 5 minutes you see nothing, get back to me.
Since the logo appears, you have video. Although the screen goes blank after this mostly means that Windows is still loading and has to perform some tasks and possible system correction issues. Let it run like I mantioned above and see what happens. Thanks

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