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Computer crashes after xp screen. i tried using the system recovery disk that came from the fctory and that does its job but i cant finish the install cause it crashes right away . cant use safemode or anything else. i ran a memtest and hard drive test both came back good.

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  • jfornito_831 May 13, 2009

    format the hdd?? i did try reinstalling it and i cant get past the xp screen. i get a blue screen it shuts down so fast i cant read it and if i try the last known good configuration it says some file is missing or corrupt

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Format the hdd and then try reinstalling it,,also do a debugging if the above solution do not work

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  • Abhisek Das May 13, 2009

    replace ur hdd

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When you restore your system back to the new factory settings, it will wipe your hard drive clean and do a fresh install of the operating system with the original factory setting.


To start this process, unplug all extra devices from your computer

(printers, external hard drives, etc.) as these can interfere with the system restore.


Starting with Windows XP, most systems with issued a system recovery disk in case of any problems with the factory installation.


Check the documentation and disks that came with your computer to determine if you have one of these system disks.


If you do have a copy of this disk, place it in your CD/DVD drive and restart your computer.

If you do NOT have a copy of this disc, skip to step 3 for further instructions.


Once you restart your computer, a screen will appear with the words.

Press Any Key to Boot From CD. Once you press a key, a screen will come up containing instructions to format your hard drive and restore the original factory settings.


Follow the on-screen prompts to finish the installation.

Once the restore is complete, remove your Recovery CD from the disk drive so that your computer does not try to boot from the CD again.


Restart your computer to complete the restore.


3. If you do not have a System Restore disk, then your computer should have a recovery partition on your hard drive, separate from the main partition of the disk.


Unplug all external devices and restart your computer.

When the loading screen comes on with the Windows logo, press Alt+F10 together five times.


This will bring up the system restore menu.

Follow the on-screen prompts to restore your computer back to the factory settings


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Windows XP Tip: Password Recovery Disk


Here's how to launch the Forgotten Password Wizard to create your very own password recovery disk.

  1. Click Start menu, Control Panel, and User Accounts.
  2. Click your user account name.
  3. Under Related Tasks on the left, click "Prevent forgotten password" to launch the wizard.


Now that you've launched the wizard, let it walk you through creating the recovery disk. Make sure the disk you use is formatted and in the drive. After it's finished creating the disk, label it and stash it away for an emergency.

If you happen to forget your password, all you need to do is click your user icon at the logon screen. Even though you don't have your password, go ahead and click the green arrow just like you would to finish logging on to your computer. This will launch a little yellow dialog box directing you to use your password recovery disk.

Don't lose the disk, however, or you're out of luck.

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Motherboard Repalcement I have a laptop - Details of the laptop: Gateway MX3560(model) serial # N625AC1052628 ( on the back of the laptop) Motherboard part number # 103501(required item) The motherboard of this got damaged and is not available.So, i wanna know, can i replace it with any other motheboard type - if there is any other motherboard which is compatible with this type.IF yes, please inform me as i am really worried about it. Other details are as follows - Processor Intel® Centrino? Mobile Technology with Intel® Pentium® M Processor 735 (2 MB L2 Cache | 1.70 GHz | 400 MHz FSB) Chipset Intel® 855GM Screen 14-inch Widescreen Ultrabright WXGA TFT Memory 512 MB DDR (1 × 512 MB) SODIMM (PC2700) Expandable to 1.5 GB Video Intel® Extreme 2 Graphics 32 MB Shared Video Memory Audio AC '97 2.3 Compliant Audio Built-in Stereo Speakers Hard Drive 80 GB HDD (4200 RPM) Optical Drive DVD +/- RW Multi-Format Double Layer Write maximum: 8X DVD +/-R, 4X DVD +/- RW, 2.4X DVD+R DL, 24X CD-R and 10X CD-RW disks Reads maximum: 8X DVD-ROM, 8X DL/+RW, 24X CD-ROM disks Media Reader 4-in-1 Digital Media Manager Secure Digital, Memory Stick, Memory Stick-Pro, and MMC Modem 56K ITU V.90 Fax/Modem Network Intel® PRO/Wireless LAN 802.11g SecureEasySetup? 10/100Mbps built-in Ethernet Pointing Device Touchpad with Vertical Scroll Zone PCMCIA 1 - Type I or Type II; Card Bus Interfaces 3 - USB 2.0 Ports 1 - IEEE 1394 port 1 - VGA External Connector 1 - RJ11 1 - RJ45 Microphone In Headphone / Audio Out Battery 6-cell Lithium-ion Dimensions 1.24-inches H × 13-inches W × 9.7-inches D Weight 5.24 pounds

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