Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Some of system files may have gone corrupt try restarting comp. and start tapping on F8.. try going to Safe Mode.. and if u Get 2 User Account option then login as Administrator and try to perform MS System restore.. to do that.. go to Start -- All Programs -- Accessories -- System restore.. and select earlier date and time.. however i am not sure if this will resolve ur issue.. maybe a possibility of a virus threat too.. if thats the case than you need to reinstall Windows again on ur computer let me know if u need more help :-P regards, Guru
Posted on May 05, 2010
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