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WHEN I TRY TO START UP WINDOWS XP PROF IT SEEMS AS THOUGH IT HAS GONE BACK TO AN EARLIER DATE AS IT ISNT RECOGNISING MY KEYBOARD ,THEREFORE I CAN T LOG ON

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Your files is safe and put up a backup files and
your pc in new window xp profit programmis in
instiolation and working pc ok

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I tried to reformat my computer using windows xp prof service pack 2,completed the set up up to the installation of devices such as keyboard and mouse. but as installing networks reached about 35 percent,...


I sugest you get a new Windows XP SP2/SP3 CD/DVD for the instalation. It may be that the installation media you are using has problems. Another option would be to retry the installation with another CD/DVD Drive and see if the installation will complete. You can also use WinToFlash utility(www.wintoflash.sourceforge.net) to create a bootable USB drive with WinXP and install from it. Hope this solution helps.

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I can't log on to windows. everytime i boot my computer, it can't log on but always restart by itself.


There are 2 solutions to your problem-->
1-->FORMAT your PC with the XP prof. Disc NOTE:- This will delete all the data on the drive(in which you have installed XP earlier) How to format
2-->REPAIR your PC with the XP prof. Disc NOTE:- This won't delete anything...But it will slow the speed of PC

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Oct 05, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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How do i run windows xp prof service pack 3 keeps saying sawpidll cany be found


It seems that the installation of your window xp service pack 3 through the device might be corrupt please try a different alternative or you can upgrade the xp professional if you have older version.

May 09, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Spontaneous Rebooting


Hi ,
Which anti-virus have you tried to install and reinstall as it can happen if its not properly installed.Please check if its manually uninstalled. Try rebooting the system in safe mode . Go to Run type msconfig and select Normal Startup save and reboot.

Jan 28, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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My computer cannot locate its local profile and keeps putting me onto a tempory one.


i know you might have restarted the computer several times. restarting is the only option else you can also try doing system restore.

Method 1 Able to Access the Desktop.

1 start .
then click Help and Support
.

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2 Under Pick a Task
, click Undo changes to your computer with System Restore
.

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3 Select Restore my computer to an earlier time
, then click Next >
.

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4 Under, 1. On this calendar, click a bold date, select a date before problems were observed with the computer.
Dates in bold indicate a restore point is available for that date.

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5 Under, 2. On this list, click a restore point, click to choose a restore time from the list.

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6 Click Next >
.

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7 Verify that the desired restore point is listed, then click Next >
.

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8 After the computer restarts, the Restoration Complete page of the System Restore window appears. Click OK
.
If the problem still occurs, try restoring the computer to an earlier restore point.

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Method 2 Unable to Access the Desktop.

1 Turn off the computer.

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2 Turn on the computer and press the F8 key every other second until the Windows Advanced Options window appears.

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3 Press the <Down Arrow> key on the keyboard and select Safe Mode with Command Prompt.

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4 Press the <Enter> key on the keyboard.

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5 Log in as the administrator or as a user with administrator rights.

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6 At the command prompt (blinking cursor), type:
C:\Windows\system32\restore\rstrui.exe
and then press the <Enter> key.
If Windows XP has been reinstalled to a different location on this computer, change C:\Windows to the new path.

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My Computer Keeps Loging Me Off,It Shows My Wallpaper For Maybe 5 secs,And Then The Next Thing You Know I'm Right Back At The Log on To Windows Page.I've Also Tried To Log on As A Administrator It's Not...


If you are using Windows XP, see if you can go to the system restore :

START --> Programs or All Programs --> Accessories --> System Tools --> and when ever you noticed this problem started... see if you can revert back to the date just before this problem started to occur.
do not worry - all your files should remain there even though you revert back to a time that is earlier. The only thing is that anything from that point till today's current date that you have installed would be lost.

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Usb ports no longer work...


Have you tried a restore to an earlier date, choose a date on which the ports were still active. Click start, click all programs, click accessories, click system tools, click system restore, choose restore my computer to an earlier time, select date. You can also roll back drivers by clicking start, click control panel, click system, click hardware, click devise manager, click on universal serial bus controllers, rt click on your usb port if it is there and choose update driver. Good luck.

Jun 27, 2009 | HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard

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Computer not recognising mp4..


if in Windows, can you go to system restore and choose to restore to an earlier date like yesterday's date. Be sure to copy off any thing saved between then and today.

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Cannot reinstall


Find a PS/2 keyboard.

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Downloads


DO A SYSTEM RESTORE OF XP TO AN EARLIER DATE THAT THE SYSTEM WORKED....START>>ALL PROGRMS>>ACCESSORIES>> SYSTEM TOOLS >>>SYSTEM RESTORE AND CHOOSE AN EARLIER DATE THAT THE SYSTEM WORK DOWNLOADING....FOLLOW INSTRUCTION ...GOOD LUCK!!

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