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Problem of starting the Window XP

Dear Sirs,
It is nice that there are so many experts to solve our pc problem. I have a mother board Asus P4S8X-MX, in the earlier time it is working perfect but in the nearest days, when I switch off the PC and switch on again on the next day it will come up with a screen showing with this link http://wayue.com/Tray/Sreen.JPG. That force me to re-start the computer with the reset key, then a slection screen come out to select what ever stage of the recent closed os, after everything go ok and working as normal. Or shuld I have to update the board bios please let me know, thanks a lot.
B.RGDS!
ERIC/

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Hi can you disconnect the hdd or to make it simpler disable the hdd in cmos configuration and boot the PC , if you still see the same web address on your screen as you have mentioned then you have to program your PC Bios otherwise it is not necessary to Update the Bios but it is indeed very much necessary to clean HDD and reinstall the OS.

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