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Recurring Reboot In my Laptop I have XP Professional and Red hat Linux Installed. Dual boot was working fine. Some virus entered.I do get Windows Login screen. It let me enter Administrative password. As sson as I hit O.K., the system reboots. AND I am not able to boot from DVD/CD ROM. How I can fix this problem?

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1. Try to start it in Safe Mode and run antivirus and see if it can be fixed.
2. If it doesn't, I am afraid you may have to reinstall.

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