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Win 2000 pro wkstation

Computer delays process when loading personal settings on win 2000 pro.workstation. I have to reboot the system about three times, and it finally boots with win 2000 cd inserted in CD drive. I tried reseting the "services" to either manual, auto or disabled, then refeshed. The next day I have to repeat the whole process over again. Please help!

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Re: win 2000 pro wkstation

Does your PC configuration Meets the requirements! This type of error comes when there is low memory! I think you should increase your RAM and Install clean copy of OS! then it will run FAST!

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