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Mine hp laptop.. before loading windows xp it will reboote.

I couldn't access windows.... it shows some error report. past one week i never get into my laptop. i tried to install new xp but when it try to open windows it will start. is there any solution for it

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Well if you can install new XP then format the whole system and install the frest copy of XP again(recommended only if data into the system is not important for you)

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