Question about Computers & Internet
Once you boot up press F-8, when the screen comes up, select last known good configuration, when the next screen comes up select the Operating System.
If this does not work, reboot ,press F8, select safe mode, select Administrator, no password, Log On. Let everything come up,
GOTO Start,Run,type in msconfig, click on OK, select start up tab,
select disable all, click apply, click ok, click restart.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
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