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I just had the same problem and I found it to be a multiple port powered USB adapter that I bought of eBay when it was off the computer shut down fine but when I powered it up the computer powered on by itself.
So I took it off completely
Posted on Sep 05, 2012
Ok, if you have either an actuall XP disc, or a company specific recovery disc, (Dell/Toshiba/Acer etc.), then you can run a repair. Turn the system on and enter the Setup screen. This is done by pressing something like F1, F2, or Del, it usually tells you on the bottom left of the screen.
Once you are on the settings screen, look though, and find the tab for Boot Priority. Make sure this is set to your CD/DVD first. Open the CD/DVD tray and put the disc in. Now save your settings and exit. The system will now reboot.
As the system loads, it will come up, "Press any key to boot from CD-ROM......" Press any key, and it will start the disc. Follow the on-screen instructions, either for a Windows Repair, or a Windows Recovery, depending on the disc you are using.
Hope that works for you. If you need help with anything of the above, just let me know and I'll run through it with you.
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the computer boots up, until the Windows startup options menu appears. Choose
"Safe Mode" and hit "Enter."
"Start" and click "Computer" or "My Computer."
Double-click your primary hard drive. Enter the "Windows" folder and
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