Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Sometimes XP Professional (if that is your system) will get lost on a update or major drive change. Also bad disk drives will make this software go nuts. As the system is rebooting, watch it closely and as the BIOS (cute words and letters right after power on) finish up then begin to press the F8 key. This tells the operating system to switch to SAFE MODE. Safe mode looks very stange but it is very powerful. When the "startup options" window or text files show, then select Use Last Good System and keep your fingers crossed. If this does not get it back online then it may indeed be the hard drive and off to the computer hospital. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
Run virus scan,also check to see if it is overheating, is it clean?or dusty inside?
You may have to do a windows repair.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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