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Windows XP..Keeps Shuting Down On Start Up ?

It Ask's Me To Reboot Normaly..

Safe Mode /Network Mode

Tryed Both And Still Restarting on Start Up

Help Please

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  • sonny shoeria
    sonny shoeria May 11, 2010

    ...when you start in safe mode after what text it begin to shuting down ???

  • Ron
    Ron May 11, 2010

    Does it show an error or bluescreen?

    Press F8 before windows starts to bring up Windows Advanced Startup menu

    1. try last Known Good Configuration

    If that does not work, repeat and select 'do not restart on error' and the bluescreen may stay and give us some info.

    (include Stop error code (0X00000...), descriptor (ALL_CAPS), and any filename that may show on the screen.




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If you have the winXP cd, try to boot into the cd and do a system repair.

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