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Turn it on and it explain about a inconvience start up menu press f2 and something about start up menu in safe mode or start safe mode networing but then it goes to the xp loading screen n just contiously repeats the loading screen i think something is wrong with the boot priority can you help me?

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Boot priority is disabled and enable in bios screen .you have to press F2 whilst booting to get to this configurable facility For some machines its F11,F8,or evenF9
Here you should be able to reset default settings also please use tab and arrow keys to navigate through bios and dont make any serious changes untill you are sure of the outcome

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