Question about E-Machines (T2824) PC Desktop
I think it may be a graphics problem. May be the XP drivers are not compatible with your machine graphics card.
You could try this to solve it ...
From the web, possibly on another PC that's got the internet, download the graphics driver for your machine and save it to a USB disk.
Once the set up is complete, try booting into safe mode (press F8 on boot, then select boot into Safe Mode)
Now try running the driver from the USB disk (or copy it to C: drive first then run it).
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