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all USB attached devices like drives.
need to roll back system with System Restore. Under Safe Mode (press F8
during boot and choose Safe Mode).
Win 7 -
Start > Search type System Restore.
XP - Is
Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Restore. Now choose a
date prior to problem. You may have to try a few dates.
last program(s) that was installed, again in safe mode.
eliminate possible bad RAM. Unplug PC, open case, and remove all RAM. Test
one DIMM at time, one slot at a time.
Windows. Clean install works best, but all data will be lost.
you may have other hardware problems. If it does another blue screen after
reloading windows, especially with a clean install.
There are a lot of reason why this is happening. It may be a newly installed hardware, one of the hardware is damaged or it may also be the RAM. You can try reseating the ram first. If that does not help, if you have hardware connected through USB, disconnect it first.
Install the operating system (win XP) with the mouse, keyboard and the monitor connected. Other peripherals (hardware) should be disconnected to the tower.
Click on my computer.
Right Click on the C: drive.
Error checking: Check now.
Choose automaticly fix file system errors.
Start, Yes, OK, Reboot the PC.
On boot a blue screen will launch and run for 5 - 20 minutes.
It wll reboot into windows when completed.
It Seems Some System Files are Corrupted or Deleted By Antivirus Application in the Process of Removing Virus from your System ....
Method 1: -------------- 1. Put your Windows XP CD in your CD-Drive 2. Open RUN Dialogue Box From Start Menu 3. Type "SFC /SCANNOW" -- Copy and Paste the Command exactly With out Quotes 4. Wait Until It Completes everything... 5.Restart and Check your Problem ....
Method 2: --------------- 1.Login to your Windows XP 2. Put your Windows XP Home CD in your CD-Drive 3. Click Install Windows XP From Autorun Window.Start Windows XP Autorun Screen if its not opened, by Clicking on the Windows XP CD Drive icon under your My Computer ... 4.Select Same Drive as your Windows XP Now Installed then Select Upgrade Method to Install... 5.Complete Installation and Restart your System ...
Note: in Upgrade You'll never lost your Installed Programs and Files ...
The Blue Screen of Death. Yes, I have had it many times. You can try to restart the computer using the F8 to enter safe mode. Then shutdown and restart. This usually happens when a file has been corrupted, normally by a virus or improper shutdown. If this doesn't repair the problem your left with trying to re-install the OS to fix the bad file. If yo can't get to safe mode your only option is trying to re-install the OS. If you see an option to install or repair choose repair to get the machine back up. I saw this a lot with ME, if you have Windows ME, get Windows XP and upgrade since Windows ME has so many bugs that XP would be a much better option.
hmm. It seems like you have a corrupted operating system installed. as you have said that after you have installed it wont go in on windows. try installing win xp again and if problem still persist find another windows xp installer and fresh install it 2 your pc
Does it show BLUE Screen, or does it show the Windows loading before it restarts?
If Bluescreen, something happened to root system files and you need to REPAIR 1. Shut down PC, pull out all USB devices, Floppies and insert Win CDROM 2. Power on 3. Press any key to boot from CDROM 4. Select Install 5. Select Repair 6. Ans questions and let run 30min 7. Remove CDROM 8. Reboot - it should work now
If Windows Logo, A device or driver you or MS or Mozilla or... installed for you malfunctioned and you need to start in LAST KNOWN GOOD mode 1. Reboot 2. Press F8 and hold down 3. Enter Password if asked 4. Select "Last Known Good" 5. When stable and logged in, Reboot
Can you inset fdisk using floppy or cd rom. it will open comment prompt. select the partition tab Delete the C partition and create partition and boot again.and and install the os package. if you have any doubt please make me mail....i will send screen shot to you. Via mail me at email@example.com