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My Computer restarts continous.

If i start my Windowx XP Home in normal mode. I see the Windows icon with a Process Bar. The i'll see a black screen and the PC restarts again and again. After that i started windows xp in safe mode and can see the an error message that d347bus.sys cant load. I hit Esc and my PC restarts.

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A file on your system got deleted.

Easiest way to fix that would be if you have a friend or yourself having a computer with XP Home.

What you want to do is take out the HD (hard drive), while doing so be sure to wear wrist straps so you don't fry your computer chips. That or be careful when touching parts of the computer, due to electrical static.

Place the HD in the new computer as a Slave Drive. When doing this, be cautious because the pins are fragile. Also remember to move the little black tab from "master" to "slave".
Boot up the pc.

Once the pc starts it will try and fix your lost file through a recovery. Once it done, shut down the pc. Unhook everything and put the HD back in your pc and you should be working again.

If you have more problems msg me again.


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Sounds like you have been infected with a trojan of some sort. You can try do one of two things. Either re-install your OS or attempt to get around the trojan by doing a system restore at a time when you know your machine was working properly. Forget trying to cleam it out, I 've found that once you at this point, you need to be drastic in your fix.
If you chosse to attempt a system restore boot up in Safe Mode, just prior to it completing its start up, you will see a window with asking you if you ar egoing to do a system restore or if you want to just complete your start up in safe mode. You will be given a yes/no choice, click no which will result in bringing up the system restore window.

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