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Restart your pc and press f8 before windows start select safemode and you can run your recovery from there...good luck..tekgods.com
Posted on Oct 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You buy a new laptop. Sorry. Being a little facetious there, but the reality is unless you are used to working on laptops (as I do for a living and I HATE eMachines/Gateway units, they're right up there with Toshibas and Apples) this is a little beyond the average hobbyist. You have to remove the hinge cover and top bezel (above the keyboard), then remove the keyboard, the LCD, the top case assembly, and then finally you MIGHT be able to get the CPU out though there may be some other small parts to remove first. Bear in mind if you try this at home that you may damage a component by simply slipping and that could render your new laptop useless.
I don't have a schematic or service manual handy, but again I say take it to a pro, you will save yourself a lot of time and pain, trust me. All of this is assuming that you can find a CPU that will work properly with your system, it may be maxed out already.
I can't stress this enough, this is not an upgrade that I would recommend you try as you probably won't benefit from it and is not one that should be done by the average laptop owner, desktops are A LOT EASIER to do this specific upgrade to. Sorry if I sound like a wet blanket, but I am trying to prepare you for the reality that may lie ahead of you if you decide to go ahead with this.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Can you get it to boot using any of the options it gives other than boot normally? If the blue screen is caused by hardware then installing xp will still present the problem. If the blue screen is an operating system crash then using the recovery disk or doing a repair install will solve the boot problem.
If you still rather install xp then you need to go into BIOS and set 1st boot device as CD. To go into BIOS you will need to press F10 or F2 (usually) as displayed on the splash screen when you power on
Does this help?
Posted on May 02, 2009
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