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Restart the computer. After the initial splash screen, but BEFORE you see anything pertaining to Windows, start tapping the F8 key.
Once again. When starting up, you'll see the initial Dell Logo, and right when it flashes away, start hitting the F8 key and it will load advanced startup options which will allow you to select safe mode.
If Windows starts before you get to that screen, you did it too soon, or too late.
Your operating system may be corrupt. Please try the following:
Try hitting the F8 key repetedly at boot to see if it goes into the preboot menu. If so, choose last known good config and try booting again. If not, you may want to grab your restore disk and perform a windows repair. Insert the CD in your drive and boot to it. Choose the option to repair your windows installation. This will fix windows without destroying your data
hi! we can't find any what really the problem is on starting your computer you did not specify, perhaps if your pc is trying to find system disk,it might the i.d.e cable on mother board and your hardisk, try to diconnect I.d.e cable from mother board and hardisk,replaced if you have new one or connect again the previous one then restart your computter check if you have windows back again,if still problem on starting,reinstalling your windows solve your problem,be sure you have a good hardisk that was configured on your bios.let qualified technician do this if your not sure you can do this.
pull the power plug as soon as the emacines logo comes on
and if that doesn't work pull out the power as soon as the first windows logo screen comes on. it should then come on and give you the option to start in safe mode or regular mode, choose safe mode then after it comes on in safe mode restart the cpu
then it should come on in regular mode i don't know why it works for my emachines cpu but it does . i'm looking at downloading a error fixing program because i'm doing this almost when ever i turn off my cpu hope this helps if not reformat your hard drive andput windows on again it worked last time i had this problem.