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Dell CPU Trouble

The Dell cpu that i have is currently having problems loading Windows XP. This is the operating system that came with the compuer. However everytime I turn the computer on it starts to boot fine until I get to the page that says (Windows XP Now Loading) and then ti freezes up and will not go any further. I have tried to restart it sveral times and even ran system test but no problems are acknowledged. Could you please assist me with this problem at your earliest convience. I have tried the same solution that you gave me for the other computer but it will not work for the dell cpu.Thanks in advance for your help once again....

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I have DELL recovery CD's for different systems. If you want a copy I can mail them to you. The one for WinXP does not have the VLKey the one for XPPro does. If interested send contact info to mewms_14904@verizon.net.

Besides that I have a Boot cd that can run virus scan in a boot dos shell. LINK

This is an iso file. download and burn onto cd boot from this and run anti-virus.

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