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Strarting up problem

I have toshiba laptob and i have windows xp i try tody to tart up my computer but when i shut on he gives some choices like start windws normally and safe mode and safe mode with netweork and soo on when i choose one of them it try to ster up but unfortunatly it restart again and the same place the chosment place so if any one help me i would like and thanxx alot

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Did you try Safe Mode and selected "last known good configuration" but still rebooted into the same situation?

Then try this:

ReInstalling Windows XP:

  1. Place your Windows XP set up disk in your CD drive.
  2. Turn off your computer and change your BOOT order to boot from CDs first.
  3. Turn your computer back on.
  4. Press any key on your keyboard when it asks you to.
  5. Press enter when you see a blue screen, one of the options should say, "To setup Windows XP now, press ENTER.".
  6. Press enter to start the windows set up.
  7. Accept the Licence and Agreement and confirm that the setup is searching for current versions on XP.
  8. Press "R" when the set up has found your current version of XP.
  9. Notice that the Set up is deleting all your windows xp files and replacing them. (This will not cause loss of data)

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