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There are a few things you can check, the memory and the hard drive and wifi may be the easiest. It sounds like you have a failing piece of hardware, the thing to do is systematically isolate things to see if you can get the computer to run. For example, start by removing one memory stick and turning on the system, if that doesn't work put it back and remove the other, if you still have a problem try the wifi card, etc. That being said, my guess is that your operating system is corrupt and you may need a new hard drive or a re- installation of the OS. If you can still get into the BIOS that is the most likely solution but I cannot be certain. If you have a spare hard drive install it and see if it works.
You have either installed a faulty driver or unsuitble update or your Hard Drive,CD Rom or some other Hardware has failed, try starting in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key several times right after starting your computer if you get in select the "last good known configurations" or "safe mode" itself and undo changes made before this happend. If all fails try to do a system restore from the safe mode entry.
Could you please provide me the exact error message? However to stop the system shutdown first follow these steps. Disable automatic system restart. 1.Restart the computer and press the f8 key to open the Advanced Boot Options menu. 2.Select the Disable automatic restart on system failure option. 3.Restart the computer to accept this change.
Then go to safe mode This problem occurs after a memory dump file (error log file) is written by Windows XP. Because the memory dump file flag not reset in Windows XP the memory dump file will contiue to be written every time Windows is restarted.
1.Restart the computer and immediately press f8 repeatedly. Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and then press enter . 2.Click Start , right-click Computer , and then select Properties . 3.Click Advanced system settings , grant permission to continue if prompted, and then click the Advanced tab. 4.On the Advanced tab, click Settings
In the Virtual Memory section, click Change .
For Paging file size for selected drive, click No Paging File , and then click Set .
Click Yes after the following warning appears:
If the paging file on volume X: has an initial size of less than xx megabytes, then the system may not be able to create a debugging information file if a STOP error occurs. Continue anyway? (X is the drive letter and xx is the amount of RAM installed on your computer minus 1 megabyte.)
Click System Managed Size .
Click OK four times to return to the Windows Desktop Screen and then restart.
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