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Check your hard drive, run a diagnostic. You may be able to boot into safe mode. Turn on the system and keep hitting the F8 key immediately. If that doesn't do it then try to reinstall the operating system. You may have a currupted Boot.ini or load manager. Lastly if you recently installed any device or program uninstall it. Good Luck
Does it just shuts down or it reboots?
If it shuts down this type of problems can be resolved by scanning the computer for a virus or using the Windows Repair Disks. During boot if you can hit F8 and use safemode with command and prompt.
1 Type CHKDSK/F then hit enter
2 Press Y then hit Enter then reboot to see if this works.
If it reboots while booting up then.
Other things that might be preventing the computer to boot up most likely is the memory.
Take out the memory put it on a different slot or try a new memory.
Also make sure that the power supply fans are not dirty this prevents the computer to bootup.
reboot your computer and hit f2 when you first see the logo popup, this will take you into the setup. Arrow over to boot at the top of the screen.hit f5/f6 until your cdrom drive is first on the list. Arrow over to exit and save changes and exit. Before you hit enter, put your XP cd in the cdrom so it will boot to cd when you restart. You should be able to reinstall windows doing this. When you are done, to reverse the process and return your bootup to normal default, hit f2 at the logo, when you are in the setup utility hit f10 to load setup defaults and exit, your computer will reboot and you should be good to go!
if you have the windows XP disc. put it inside the cdrom drive then restart the computer. keep on tapping the F12 key once the computer is restarting. you will be rprompted with boot options. select your CDrom drive as boot device then hit enter. your computer should boot now using the cdrom. XP installation should be running now.
To enter the CMOS setup BIOS you hit f2 during the power on. After you enter the bios to the boot up screen and select first boot up = CD ROM. Save the configuration and reboot. Now pop in your windows XP cd into the CDROM, your computer will bootup from the CDROM. You can now reinstall windows.
it might have corrupted the NTLDR thats the windows loading file system... plz...do the following :
>>put the windows XP disk.. >>restart the system>>hit F2 or DEL as soon as system starts.. >>change the 1st boot device menu to CDROM... >>then restart the system and hit any button as soon as it says "click any button to boot from CD" >>system will boot from CD and windows setup will come up.... (CHECK THE LINK www.windowsreinstall.com) >>hit R for recovery console to load.... >>then hit number 1>> then it will show as C:> >>type bootcfg /rebuild >> follow the steps and then after it has been completed >> type exit >>restart the system normally
turn off the system remove all the cables from the back of the computer press and hold down the power button for 10 seconds now connect just the poer cable and try to tun on the system and as soon as it turns on tab the F8 key on the keyboard and then boot into last known good configuration