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Could be any number of issues, try booting up in safe mode. If it boots up in safe mode, shut it down by selecting the shut-down option, then try rebooting. If it still does the same go back to safe "mode with networking." Update your anti virus and scan. Then update and scan for malware. Reboot again. If still not going go safe mode again, run fixdisk, if that does not fix it, try system restore to an earlier time and see what happens.if that doesn't work download a program called HDD Regenerator and run it from a CD or USB, it may fix it.
Hard rebooting once *shouldn't* affect your data. But it's a good idea to check for a problem with the disk.
Open a command prompt by clicking Start->Run and typing in the box cmd Click OK In the black box, type chkdsk /r and hit Enter It should tell you that a reboot is required. Restart (any method that you can). The system will boot up and begin checking for disk errors and automatically repairing them. When it's complete it will boot into Windows normally.
Click on my computer.
Right Click on the C: drive.
Error checking: Check now.
Choose automaticly fix file system errors.
Start, Yes, OK, Reboot the PC.
On boot a blue screen will launch and run for 5 - 20 minutes.
It wll reboot into windows when completed.
Press "F8" before Windows boot and you'll be presented with Advanced Boot Option. Select Safe Mode and hope it can booted successfully into this mode. Uninstall the related driver and reboot the system to normal mode.
Once it is booted, install the driver obtained from NVIDIA which is WHQL certified for Windows 7. Once installed, reboot your system and hope it works now.
Hi, try the following sequence.Insert your XP disk and reboot, during bootup press your ESC button or Del on some PCs, you will be in BIOS, from here you can change you primary boot drive, select CD rom, save changes and reboot. Press return when request to boot from CD appears, wait for the sequence to finish installing, select the section of the drive you wish to change, select delete, confirm and then reformat your hard drive. PC will reboot afterwards and start installing XP. Be aware this will remove everything from your hard drive, so back up first. Hope this helps
First open cpu cabinet . Refix RAM memory . Pull cmos cell from motherbord for 15 minutes. Then
boot your computer with windows disk then delete all partition of
harddisk and then sreate again then format 1 drive and install windows
xp. Try this 3-5 times then it works. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks.
Hi, Most likely it is your hard drive. There is a boot sector on the hard drive and when xp starts it looks for that boot sector. If that boot sector is damaged xp can't find it so xp reboots again...and again...and... Try a different hard drive and see what happens.