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Wont boot past start up to windows

Hi my lappy turns on i get windows xp for about 4 seconds then it goes to safe mode and has 19 seconds reboot then repeats over again thanks

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when it starts to boot up repeatedly press f8 then u will get a menu, choose last known good configuration.

if this does not work then go into safe mode and uninstall any drivers and reboot to see if that works.

what u may need to do is update your system drivers

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If Windows XP is the only operating system installed on your computer, booting into Safe Mode with these instructions.
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