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1.You have a corrupted boot sector on your hard drive. 2.you will need to format the drive and then re-install the Operating System. 3. If you are not able to do this then a new hard drive is needed. 4. install a anti virus program after installing the operating system
Did you undertake a "repair" of the XP installation..?
You should repair the existing installation using your original install disk But don't use the Repair console option, Go past this option until the install program tells you that it has detected an existing installation and would you like to either repair this installation or re-install from scratch.. Choose the repair option. Once this has completed, you should then install the mainboard drivers and then, go to Windows update and install ALL the required updates.
This method ensures that the old mainboard drivers are removed and the new ones, including updates are installed. If this fails for whatever reason, you may have no choice but to undertake a full re-installation of XP including a format of the drive (sorry)..
Then, once you have done this, you will need to re-install MS Office again as the repair of XP will overwrite some of the data and DLL files belonging to MS Office..
Microsoft does not "shut down" computers. If the PC is not booting every time it is because of the viruses or the power supply. If you press the power button and nothing happens I suspect the power supply. If you see the start-up screen every time you press the power button, but the computer does not finish booting go ahead and install your legal copy of Windows and that will fix the problem. Make sure you have the drivers for your motherboard, you'll need them to install things like chipset, nic, video, and sound drivers.
when you click yes it download a newer vires thets takes you back 2 the same page with more virus.. "it's a virus page" hade it my self for a long time ago. what you can try is do restor you computer 2 a later time when u dident have thet virus.. or you will need 2 reformate u computer. I hade to do it.