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Alarm windows xp. tower will not load .alarm keeps going off.this is main comp .have lap tops linked to it. wireless connections ok.

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  • jill39uk Feb 06, 2008

    when i put comp. on alarm goes off & not load

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Try reinstalling operating system due to virus attack some system files got unstable... so try reinstalling it u will get rid of it...

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