Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Try to check memory if it is ok then try new ones then start. i try it once and it works.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Possibly 2 reasons:
1. Driver/hardware/software/application problem; or
You can consider:
1.1 Run in last known good configuration that worked (by pressing F8 to display menu choices prior to Windows boot);
1.2 In safe mode, Start/Run/type "msconfig" minus the quotes, uncheck everything in the Startup tab, reboot;
1.3 In Safe Mode, run your antivirus or run Kaspersky online virus scanner or anything similar;
1.4 Download/install/run AdAware or anything similar;
1.5 Check you Control Panel for devices with yellow or red markings;
1.6 Set your BIOS/CMOS to conservative/default/best performance settings (normally press Del on powering up);
1.8 Check/Clean your hardware: video card, memory, fan/blowers etc;
1.9 Booting without any USB devices plugged in;
Worst case scenario, use a recovery CD that came with your computer or in the absence of that, reinstall your OS using the 2nd "Repair" option.
Hope this be f help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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