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Pc is not start up(screen does not display)

My pc does not start. when i start my pc only motherboard name and windows xp name dislplay.and stop and after then screen is blank.

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    Jubert Ledesma May 11, 2010

    When did this start? What was the last thing that you were doing with the system before this happened? Did you install any new software or hardware before this issue? Did you move your computer to a new location?

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Make sure Operating system is installed and you have selected the correct hard disk as first boot device from BIOS settings.

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Hi gcooper1873,
If your primary IDE has a copy of windows already on it, than that alone can cause the system to re-boot & go into a loop of re-starting. It is alway recommended to install windows fresh when a user replaces the motherboard with a new motherboard. The only execption to this rule is if your replacement board is an exact match of the motherboard. Plat it safe. If you have another IDE data cable replace your current data cable. See if the system restarts.
If you have data on the primary IDE & do not wish to loose the data from your old windows than you need to create a new partition within the IDE's free space. This should stop the system from restarting. You can leave both IDE drives connected for this. Load your Windows XP CD & boot to it.
If the system does not load the Win CD than manually restart the system & press the F8 key every two seconds as the system boots. You should get this screen:
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Read the display from windows XP's screens. You want to create a partition within the free space of your primary IDE. Than you want to install windows onto that new partition. By doing this you will not loose any data from your old windows partition. (You'll be able to delete the old win partition later).
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Turn on windows firewall for protection. Click on, Activate Windows & do so by phone. Its free.
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Now you need to get rid of the old partition with the old win XP on it.
Use windows disk management program.
Click the start button, click on run & type in " diskmgmt.msc " & press the enter key.
You'll need to change the old win partition to a different drive letter. Example: Your IDE drive had one drive letter assigned to it - C:\. Windows most likely kept the letter C:\ assigned to your old windows.
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Good luck gcooper1873!
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