im using a max data laptop its been working fine i was away on holidays got back switched my laptop on, it loads up up to the screen where windows xp black background showing loading up and straight after that it just turns off, i've tried looking for help but no luck can you please kindly help me with this issue
Well... when this same thing happened to me, it was a 3rd party hardware problem. hate to say this but what i did was sucked it up, and reloaded the operating system (windows xp)... + the drivers and w.e else.
if you dont have these.. order em
i know its a halfer sollution, seeking as youll lose all data...(sorry), but youll get your computer back :)
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FIRST..you're computer is booting JUST FINE... Samsung "recovery" has been activated for "some" reason.
Now-- I'll assume your data is backed up, and/or if you formatted (erased) your hard-drive you wouldn't lose anything... that may not be the case..if its not--- find a local data-recovery-center to back your drive up to a CD-- your data is NOT lost.
second..you are booting Windows 7... Do this, try it- and come back..
Boot the computer... when it starts up.. hit the F8 key..over and over..and over..and over.. yes.. 1000's of times.. while it's booting.
It "SHOULD" give you a screen to boot to "Last Good Known Configuration"... Select that.
See if that works..and write me back.. if not, we'll work further... What you are experiencing is an application (from SS) that for some reason things you need to "recover".. You probably don't.
Computer does not boot up The problem maybe the RAM, it is faulty or just needs reseating to make proper electrical contact. Reseat the RAM and then boot up your laptop. If it still does not boot up then remove the RAM module/s and take them to your friendly computer repair shop and get them to test the RAM for you.
"BSOD" also known as "Blue Screen of Death" occurs when system is not stable due to misconfiguration or driver incompatabilty or Virus or worm infection.
Method 1 : Start your system by pressing F8 upon startup. Select "last know good configuration that works".check this one solve your porblem.
Method 2 : Start your system by pressing F8 upon startup. Select "safe boot "and check if it work or able to log you into your Desktop.
Uninstalled any software or hardware you have recently added or installed.Click "Start", Select "Run", type "msconfig" Again click "Startup" tab.Untick all the program thats loads during your system Boot up.
Method 3: Start your system by pressing F8 upon startup. Select "safe boot "and check if it works or able to log you into your Desktop. Click "Start", and then select "All programs", then "Accessories".Select "system tools" and then "System Restore".Try to restore your PC to a point or date which you know it was working fine.
Method 4 : If none of the above workor you are able to boot it. Then download "Hiren's Boot CD"
Here is the link http://hirens.longcomputerservices.com/Hirens.BootCD.10.1.zip
Download the file and burn the ISO image in a CD.Boot your system using that CD. It has lots of tools for repairing Windows, system restore, Data recovery etc.Check if it can fix your problem.
If Hiren's Boot CD can't fix it then Backup all your important datas and go for a new install.
Don't forget to create system restore point whenever you are going to make changes to your system.It will help you in recovering during the time of failure.
make sure they are compatible with your computer, there are alot of electronic stores (circuit city) was the worst at it, but will sell you the wrong ones and say they are backwards compatible.. usually P4 2.8 can run PC2700, some run PC2100, which im hoping yours is PC2700... if so, make sure they are NON-ECC also... i would just get 2 1 gig PC2700 DDR 200pin sticks and stick em in... good luck
Yes the system restore will work under any circumstances, like if you restore it using system restore first your data will lost especially if that data was not stored during you have created your system restore setup. So my advice is that , please back up all your data to your other drive or partition where it is not located in your boot disk then reinstall or repair your system to replace the damage files and corrupted filesin your
Okay, easiest first. In Safe Mode, your sound won't work. Safe Mode means only enough drivers to make your PC more than a doorstop get loaded, so that's okay.
Second, if it boots to Safe Mode without difficulty, try running System Restore in System Tools. Go back to some date before when your issue started. That should get you going. Don't worry, your data files will not be affected in System Restore. I hope this helps.