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Start just dell log and does not go to windows xp

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If you were able to see dell logo then windows logo then nothing happend after that this is a no boot issue. try to go to safe mode by restarting laptop then keep tapping on F8 then select safe mode then in the program and features under control panel try to check if you have automatically downloaded some windows updates that causes the problem, i would suggest uninstall the KB***** updates. if fails then try to boot F8 then last known good configuration. If failsdo startup repair if still fails try to restore if fails then reinstall vista.

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Try to change the boot priority. make you hard drive be the first boot device.

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How to Enable Boot Logging in Windows By Dan Gookin from Troubleshooting Your PC For Dummies, 3rd Edition
Two event log files that come in handy for troubleshooting your PC are the boot log files. These files are created when you specify boot logging as a start-up option. The files are named either ntbtlog.txt or bootlog.txt, depending on how old your PC is. These files, found in the Windows folder, list the success or failure of various pieces of Windows as it's loaded into memory from the PC's mass storage system.
You can enable or disable boot logging by using the MSCONFIG utility. Follow these steps in Windows 7 and Windows Vista:
  1. Press Win+R to summon the Run dialog box.
  2. Type msconfig and press Enter.
  3. In Windows Vista, type the administrator's password or click the Continue button.
  4. Click the Boot tab.
  5. Place a check mark by the item Boot Log.
  6. Click OK.
  7. Click the Restart button to restart now. Otherwise, click Exit without Restart.
    The logging doesn't take effect until you restart Windows, and you have no reason to do so immediately unless you really want to see the boot log.
In Windows XP, you can enable boot logging by pressing the F8 key when Windows first starts and choose the item Enable Boot Logging.
The boot log is overwritten every time you start Windows. And, the log is produced only when you turn on the boot logging option.
What can you do with the boot log? You can check for the failed installation of certain pieces of Windows or device drivers. The drivers or files are obviously flagged in the log. Because you know the filename, you can then either disable it from loading or look for an update.
  • Activating the boot log in Windows 7 or Windows Vista means that you configured your PC for a custom start-up. If that bothers you, disable the boot log after you cull whatever useful information you need from the boot log file; repeat the steps used to enable boot logging, but in Step 5, remove the check mark.
  • Traditionally, computer logs are all text files. They may have the filename extension log, or they may use txt instead.
  • You can search for log files by using the Windows Search command. Simply look for files named *log* anywhere on the hard drive, including system, hidden, and non-indexed locations.
  • Most log files are in plain text, but the text may be organized by using the XML, or Extensible Markup Language. XML is merely a way to organize information, and although XML files are readable as text, to get the most from the information, you should use an XML reader, such as the Event Viewer program.
  • If you find the file boot.ini on your Windows XP computer, you can enable boot logging by modifying the file. Open it in Notepad and look for the line that contains this text:
    Windows="Windows XP (That's only a portion of the line; in the file, it's longer). Add the text /bootlog to the end of the line. Save the file. When you restart Windows, boot logging takes place automatically.

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Aug 19, 2013 | Dell Inspiron M5030 Laptop

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Start laptop windows xp start then go welcome screan then log off, I click log on, then go log off. I try and try but faild. I would never go windows inside. please help. I would also trying windows...


Did you try booting into safe mode? if not? try taht.. press f8 before xp bootscreen appear and select safe mode..if you can log onto your pc using safe mode.. click start>run and type msconfig and press enter.. a window will appear, click startup and check if there are any suspicious applications that are enable..uncheck it.. and run a full system scan with your antivirus..once done, restart your computer with the normal process..see if it works..good luck!

Apr 27, 2011 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop

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Pls how can I remove authentication password from dell inspiron B130.


This is for Windows XP, for Vista/Win 7, the names might be different but the steps will be the same. Click on Start and then Control Panel. Click on the User Accounts link. In the pick an account to change area of the User Accounts window, click on your Windows XP user name. Choose the Remove my password link. In the text box on the next screen, enter your current password. Click the Remove Password button to confirm that you'd like to remove your account password. Now that your Windows XP account password has been deleted, you will no longer need to log on to Windows XP when your computer starts. Windows will now load all the way to your desktop automatically.

Nov 29, 2010 | Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook

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Possible virus in dell latitude D620 trying to ...


start in safe mode by pressing f8 as soon as the comp starts,,log in as administrator (most times a pass is not required), then goto user accounts and reset passwords

May 20, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 6400 Notebook

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No keyboard windows sign in


it sounds as if your windows xp pro has not been activated. reload with the proper code or phone microsoft on number stated on activate windows.
hope this helps.

Apr 27, 2010 | Dell Precision 360 Workstation/Personal...

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Windows xp when i log on it starts to log on then it starts logging off even in safe mode


Try disabling password requirement so that when you turn on the machine it will go straight to the desktop and bypass the logon screen.

Feb 21, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 530s Desktop Computer...

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Forgot password, need to reset


You can reset any user password by logging in using the Administrator account through Safe Mode. In Windows XP Home you cannot log into the Administrator account in normal mode.
When your computer is starting up, hold down the F8 key. This will bring you to a black screen with white text. Use the arrow keys to highlight "Safe Mode" and then hit enter. This will boot the computer into Safe Mode, which will look normal except the resolution will be very low. Log in as the Administrator (should have a blank password). Once logged in, open the Control Panel, then User accounts, then reset the password or whatever user you want. Reboot the machine to get back into normal mode.

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Password fails to completely log on


This happened to a computer I was working with once. Give this site a try.

http://thinkinginpixels.com/quick-fixes/fix-windows-xp-log-onlog-off-loop/

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Cant log in window xp professional it log me out rigth after it log me in dell inspiron1150 window xp professional


Hi there.
you have a Win32 virus active on your computer, there is nothing you can do about this apart from recovering the system with a cd or the recovery partition.

good luck and thanks for using Fixya!!!

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