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you cannot blame windows xp because according to me it is such OS that it removes many problems of windows 7 and vista.windows 7 and vista makes your pc much slow and many features dont work but windows xp is free from these errors.actually you hear the sound but nothing appears on the screen.this is because your cpu fan is running which takes somes time to stop.may be some problem of the hardware especially the mainboard.go to any repair shop and just get it checked.
the sound that you hear is the fan working at the full speed, if this doesn't cause you much problem you can ignore this, otherwise this is an indication you need to clean the internal cooling system of your computer.
Change your resolution until you get the one that works for you. You probably need to go to a lower resolution. Right click on an empty space on the desktop and then left click on properties in XP. On Vista right click and choose personalize, then Display Settings. In XP click on the Settings tab and change the resolution with the slider. Click Apply when you have what you want. In Vista match your monitor with the one displayed and then change the settings.
In Safe Mode, your monitor will not be listed as it is using a generic device driver for basic display. Go into your video settings and reset it to the lowest resolution available. Reboot the computer into Vista again and your display should be working. If you check Device Manager now, you should see your monitor listed. If it isn't, you will need to load the Vista drivers for it. You can then modify your display settings to suit your preferences.
copy and paste the above address into search bar press enter when on the site scroll down list for your particular model which will be on bottom of case on small label have checked a few out and they listed driver for xp
1. your hard drive is corrupt and the temporary memory or the system RAM is corrupting your video output. 2. Compressing files and deleting them may have caused your data to be accessed slower. 3. Your video card is dieing and needs to be replaced.
Replacing any of the hardware items listed above will not be worth it in comparison to buying a new PC. Plus it's most likely your old PC isn't going to work much longer if it's a Hardware Problem. If you don't have a lot of money and want a quality computer go to www.mindblowingidea.com/ComputerRescue to get a new PC. Anyway I'm sure you will get it figured out. If your afraid of Vista you should know Computer Rescue does not sell Vista. They sell XP and Linux.