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Booting i remove my crystal xp theme then reboot it.it boots then close and come starting position it repeats why should it happens?

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You need to, either, turn it off at the power button when it starts to reboot so as to do a hard shut down, or if that doesn't work,  when it is booting up, press F8 continually until you enter safe mode and then select 'last Known Good configuration', press enter for a reboot and it should be ok.

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