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Re: Cannot load os
If you have your operating system disc. Then insert it in the cd drive and start up. You may have to change your BIOS to have it start from the CD drive. Allow your cd to run for a few minutes. Eventually it will stop and ask you if you want to load the operating system or if you want to repair it. Choose repair. That will fix your problem and allow you to get into Windows.
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i assumed your os is window xp....try this steps; 1. right click on my computer, left click on the properties 2. select the advanced tab, under performance click settings 3. on the advanced tab, under virtual memory click change 4. Under Drive [Volume Label], click the drive you want to change 5. Under paging file size for selected drive, select the custom size 6. type 384 in the initial size (mb) text box 7. click set and then ok 8. close the dialog and restart
Mamum23 if you install windows xp pro and the problem persist it could be a few reason like:
1. Have a hardware that is interfering with the boot (printer, external HD, etc)
2. Could be the hard drive that is having problems in a few sectors (blocks) and you may need a new HD.
3. Could be the modemboard slots but that could be really rare.
If I was you I made the troubleshoot 1 and then 2.
Turn off the Computer Turn back on and Press F11 repeatedly when the message "Press F11 to start recovery" is displayed.
The recovery will load and display a menu of options:
Full System Restore (with Backup): This options will move all Hard Disk
contents to the "c:\My Backup" directory and install a new copy of
Windows. This option preserves your existing data files, however all
applications and settings will need to be reinstalled. This option
requires 4GB of free Hard Disk space for the new OS.
Alway suggest backing up your data before you do any recovery