Restart computer, tap F8 immediately to get "Advanced mode", select Last known good configuration. Then uninstall the antivirus or disable it from the startup using msconfig. then you can restart the computer to find the issue has been resolved if it has been caused by the new program.
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You need to change the boot order in bios so that the computer starts from CD-rom. Then if it still doesn't start the cd, make it so that it only starts from cd and not the hard drive.
if its still not working theres a problem with the cd try another one.
let me know how you get along with it.
you need to repair your xp by inserting the xp pro setup dvd and booting .
after you boot the dvd it will ask for press any key to boot
press the key it starts to boot and you will see a blue screen loading some setup files
after loading it will give three options and it will ask for setup or repair or quit
press enter, then press f8
it will search for any previous version of xp installed in your system(IMPORTANT : YOU NEED THE SAME VERSION OF THE SETUP DVD WHAT YOU HAVE IN SYSTEM ALREADY INSTALLED FOR EX: FOR XP SERVICE PACK 3 YOU NEED A XP SERVICE PACK THREE SETUP DVD)
MAKE SURE YOU THE SAME ONE
then after searching ,it will ask for repairing your winxp
and there you go it starts to replace all the system files but it doesnt affect your files or anything that you saved in your system no formating no changes just repairing and replacing it does
let me know if you have doubt :) thank you
Is there a reset, restore button on the monitor? If so, press it. If this doesn't solve the problem, start Windows in Safe Mode by pressing on the F8 key as it is booting. When you get the black & white menu, choose safe mode. You should be able to change the resolution to a really generic one (like 600 x 800) here to allow you to start over. You may have set the refresh rate incorrectly in the display screen, too.
You almost certainly have a virus. If you can't even get into safe mode the easiest way to fix it is remove the hard drive and back up any files on it with a different computer, then re-install Windows on the original drive.
You can try booting from your Windows XP installation disk and using the recovery console there to repair your installation. That's not too hard and I would say works 30% of the time.