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System will not boot past the Windows logo keeps re-booting!

Starts to boot then it will go to safe mode and the other functions of what do you want to do.

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When you get to the Safe Mode, click on Last Known Configuratoin. Depending if you have booted while your computer was working correctly or if you booted while your system was not working, then this will not work. So then go to Option 2:

The Windows software has an option called System Restore that will restore your settings to an earlier date for cases like this. But for it to work, you need the operating system that automatically creates a restore date, XP and Vista have it. I'm not sure about Win2000. So let's try that first before you try to reinstall everything because you will lose all of your data if you reinstall.
When you boot to the Safe mode, click on it so you can get to your Windows. Once you are in Windows click on Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore. If you have a Restore point set then your computer will set it back to the time it worked last.

If neither of the above options work then you will need to reload Windows.

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