Question about Computers & Internet
Please do the following:
> go to the advanced boot menu by tapping on F8 right after pushing power button until you get to the advance menu screen
> you can either try to select last known good configuration or safemode by using up and down arrows to highlight then press enter
> if you select last known good configurations then system able to boot to windows then you can just uninstall the compusec apps
> if still could not boot after selecting last known good, enter Advance boot menu again and select Safemode or safemode with networking, then if you are able to boot windows again remove the apps that have a problem
> if all has been done but still having issues, i would advise to get help with backing up files from harddrive and restore system to default just like the first time you got it
> most laptops have one key recovery so check if your have
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Restart your computer with the Operating system Setup disk in the CDROM drive.
If you are prompted to press a key to start the computer from CDROM, do so quickly.
Otherwise it may try to boot from the hard drive.
After a few minutes, you'll see a prompt to press the R key to start the Recovery Console. When Recovery Console starts, it will prompt you to enter a number corresponding to the Windows XP installation that you need to repair. In most cases, you'll enter "1" (which will be the only choice). If you press ENTER without typing a number, Recovery Console will quit and restart your computer.
Enter your Administrator password. If you don't enter the correct password, you cannot continue. At the Recovery Console command prompt, type fixmbr and then verify that you want to proceed.
Your damaged MBR will be replaced with a shiny new one, and you should then be able to boot your system normally.
In some cases, you may need to repair the boot sector in addition to the MBR. If your system still doesn't boot properly, repeat the steps above, but issue the fixboot command instead.
Hope this helps
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