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Try pressing F8 just before it tries to boot up and select repair.
Posted on May 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Okay it sounds like you need to reinstall windows. However, doing so will erase everything on your hard drive. So we need to get that data off your hard drive. You can do this either by purchasing an internal hard drive to usb cable and hooking it up to another computer or by booting with a bootable linux distro, connecting a flash drive and copying the info over that way. Once you have the data safe, you can try booting from your XP disc and try the repair option; this will remove the windows files and leave your data in tact but you should really back it up first.
Also you may want to run a chkdsk on the drive; that may help solve the problem.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
Just do as I say - it will be ok and sort itself out - the screen will not go blank and the drivers are still installed in Windows and will just be reinstalled, thus associating themselves with the card again. No internet connection is needed and the drivers will be reinstalled automatically without the need for user input.
To gain access to that which is 'off screen' push the mouse against the edge of the screen and it should move the display into view
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
SOURCE: Problems starting my lap top
You will need a xp cd you need to boot from the cd and do windows repair when that option comes up. Don't do the repair console go pass that you will see the repair option.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Try starting in safe mode. If it does boot in safe mode then go to HELP, THEN SYSTEM RESTORE, pick a date before you had these problems. Good luck. You start in safe mode by pressing F8 then selecting SAFE MODE from the menu.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
You must have recently installed an application or hardware that corrupted your Operating System (OS).
You need to perform a system repair using your OS installation CD. Your data will not be lost.
If this doesnt work, reinstall your OS using your OS installation CD to fix this problem, how ever, all your data in your system partition will be lost.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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