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It means you will likely need to reinstall the operating system, because it is corrupted. If you don't have the system recovery disks call the maker of the computers parts supply number and order them.
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try going to system tools, and select system restore .. If that does not work ,May be virus, may have full restore with formating the hard drive
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
SOURCE: windows xp hangs up
I guess there are many programs which tries to initialize when the system starts. So try disabling it .. Goto RUN command and type msconfig and then goto startup , there u disable the programs..and about sound try re installing the sound drivers!!!
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
Hold down the number "0"key and continue to hold it down as you turn on the laptop. Keep holding the key and then if the laptop makes a sound let go and hopefully it will go into the internal factory restore for your laptop.
If it doesn't then you'll need to restore your laptop with your recovery disks.
Either way the hard drive needs to be wiped out in order to get rid of the virus since it did irrepairable damage to the operating system.
If you need help with restoring your laptop back to factory defaults, let me know and I'll walk you thru it.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
I'm sure that your antivirus software will be disabled when you boot into safe mode but try and run your antivirus software anyway.
If your antivirus wont run, click on the start menu and type in the run box mrt.exe
This will activate Microsoft's malicious software removal tool, all you have to do is scan the whole system and see if anything is detected.
Even if it finds some virus's chances are that your normal boot up still will not return so you may have to use system restore to fix the problem.
If you need anymore advice or help please post back.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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