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PC is already starting but after a few seconds the PC restart its

The windows does not start automatically.
i choose safe mood but still does not start
i choose start windows normally. the PC is already loading but after a seconds the PC restart.

what could be the steps how to solve this problem?

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1. insert windows xp at cd drom
2. boot the cd on windows xp then
3. after it boot on winxp choose repair
4. afte choosisng the repair it will ask you to enter admin password type (1)
it will prompt you to C:\ drive
5. type at c:\ fixboot

Posted on Jan 26, 2009

  • hanswin08 Jan 26, 2009

    it will notify you that your boot sector will be replace

    afte it was confirmed. type c:\ exit

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