Just try to reboot the machine,the press F8 when the prompt comes the choose safe moode,the moment you enters windows desktop then reboot the machine. if it won't boot again then just repair winXP OS It will solve the problem for you.
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Computer services are found under computer management: Click start, right click computer and click manage. At the bottom of the computer management window click services and applications, in the main window double click services. Look down the list for your bluetooth service, right cllick and cllick properties. Look for startup type, click the dropdown menu and choose automatic and then cllick start, just below. Click apply and then ok to close window. Restart the machine and see if issue is resolved.
Not sure what you have done so far. You need to divide your hard drive into two sections. Install XP first on to one section. Then use a program to manage your computer start up, the one I use is called Easy BCD this is a free program and works great. Once you cut your hard drive and install XP make a copy of your start up partition. Install the Easy BCD program and make a back up again. Then Install Win 7. Then on the Win7 side install the Easy BDC program and set up the menu choices. I run a 3 way boot with XP and Ubuntu. Hope this helps Fix Ya up.
indows Genuine Advantage Notifications for Windows XP notifies you if a copy of Windows XP is not genuine. The notification messages only appear on computers that have failed the WGA validation process and that are running a copy of Windows XP that is not genuine. If you are running a validated, genuine copy of Windows XP, you will not receive notification messages. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/905474
Go in to control panel and click security center, in there you will see a heading saying "Manage Security Settings For:", click on Automatic Updates, now you have 4 options, click on Automatic and then click appy.