Question about Dell Inspiron 1100 Notebook
I have a Dell Inspiron B130 computer with windows XP and McAfee protection. Last nite I turned my computer on and I had a message my computer was not protected. I did the fix it link and it said something about registry was expired from 30 days. It did not fix it, now today when I turn my computer on I have the same problem and also my computer keeps turning off when I first start it, it is not overheating,
Any ideas on this??
The problem is the NT user file on your computer has got corrupted. Since you have already tried restarting your computer a couple of times Last know good configuration feature of Xp would not work
Steps you can take :
When you power on the system and dee the Dell logo, tap on the F8 key slowly 5-8 times , you would see windows advanced options menu.
Select Safe mode and hit enter .
In case the system goes into safe mode , try doing a system restore .
Otherwise u need to repair windows through the disks that Dell might have sent you.
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