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Boot up problem

When i turn my computer on with the asrock k7s41gx.
The windows startupscreen apears and thenit reboots , and you'll see the sreen with the safemode or the windows normal mode , then you choose one of them , and the system tries to boot again , but after 5 or 6 times it boots suddenly normal.

What can i do??


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Re: Boot up problem

Although this is almost always a hardware problem, pinpointing which hardware is the culprit can be a tedious task so before making any hardware changes, assume first that this may be is a software problem. Assuming that you have Windows XP installed as your OS. You can try fixing your system with System Restore. To do this, turn on your PC and press F8 during the boot-up process. Select Safe Mode and login with an Administrator Account. A pop-up window will then prompt you to enter Windows in Safe Mode or just Restore your system by using System Restore, choosing NO will automatically open up the SYSTEM RESTORE window. Choose a restore point (a point or a date where your PC worked well before having problems). Your PC will reboot with the configuration set on your selected restore point. If this doesn;t solve the problem. You can try fixing your system using your Windows XP installation CD. Just don't forget to set your CD as the first boot device.

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