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Re: prog not starting up
Hello its is a quite coomon problem,and the cause can be both the hdd and the windows itself. if you said that the hdd is ok,try to install a new version of windows for me iit worked almost all the time. but to be sure first check the cable settings in the computer,all the connection,check the ramm dims and the bios setiings.if all seem to be normal,try a fres windows.it will fix your problems.120%:) the registers of your windows are damaged and thats why you need a new version.. bye bye
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Your XP keycode authentication is linked to your equipment (motherboard/cpu, etc). If you have replaced the MB with something different than the original equipment, your OS may not run - you'll need to contact MS to resolve this conflict. You could try an in-place XP repair.
first of all you should try in safe mode i give you step restart system press F8 key continue the start system in safemode after that if you are able to start system in safe mode then restart the system in normal mode may be your issue will solve, if not solve then repair or reinstall your XP
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Those problems are the worst. Make sure your motherboard is set to report all errors.Try disconnecting everything from the motherboard adding them back one at a time. Try just the video card, hard drive and once piece of memory and see if it starts up normally. If you can't find anything there, try running a memory test program. Memtest86 and Windows memory diagnostic (by Microsoft but doesn't need Windows to run it). If it finds errors replace the memory.