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My window xp is taking a long time to boot up can i solve that problem

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This problem can easily fixed by installing Reginout, run its Startup Manager tool, this will disable all the hidden unwanted programs and services and your system will boot faster.

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Cleaning up startup is in need.
You can Visit this page to fix slow startup. The n reboot your computer.

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Windows xp is not starting


Windows XP is a fairly stable and secure operating system, but errors and other problems will occur from time to time. Unfortunately, some of these errors can damage or corrupt important system files and can lead to Windows XP not booting up correctly. You can repair your Windows XP installation using a process known as a "repair install," overwriting the damaged system files with new versions from your Windows XP installation disc. The repair install process takes approximately one hour, though a large portion of this time will not require any input from you.

1,Start your computer and place the Windows XP installation disc in the drive. If the computer is crashing upon attempting to boot, allow it to restart; otherwise, reboot the computer manually.
2.Press a key to boot from the Windows XP CD if prompted to do so when the computer attempts to boot again. If you are not prompted to boot from the CD, restart the computer again and press the indicated key on the initial BIOS screen to access the "Boot Order" or "Boot Sequence" menu. Select the CD or DVD drive containing the Windows XP installation CD, then press a key when prompted to boot from the disc.
3.Press the "Enter" key on the initial Windows XP welcome screen and press "Enter" again to begin setting up Windows XP. Do not press the key indicated to launch the "Recovery Console," as the Windows XP recovery console is not used to repair corrupted XP installations.
4.Accept the user agreement and wait while the setup program scans your hard drive.
5.Press the "R" key when the Windows XP setup program lists the installed version of XP that it detected to begin the repair installation. If you have more than one version of Windows XP installed, make sure that the proper version is listed before pressing "R."
6.Wait while the Windows XP setup program copies files to your hard drive and begins the installation process. The installation will take 45 minutes or longer, depending on the speed of your computer, during which time all of the Windows XP system files will be overwritten.
7.Confirm your user information as well as the date and time settings on your computer, and enter your Windows XP product key when prompted. Allow the operating system to connect to the Microsoft authentication servers to activate itself.
8.Reinstall any hardware drivers and XP Service Packs that you had previously installed, as your copy of Windows XP will have reverted to the basic installation you had when it was first installed.

I hope you find it very helpful.

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My pc would not boot to windows and it indicates error message and also indicates floppy bad and hardware conflict


try changing disc but before booting from cd go to bios settings set boot divice priority 1st boot device to cd rom and second boot device harddisk ok and then go to advance option and enebale S.M.A.R.T option this will solve the problem


and if u have installed windows before and now its not working then take xp cd boot from xp cd then wait dor some time it to load the need files then it will sow u two options 1> if u want to install windiwos xp then press anter 2nd option is if u want to repair then press r you have to press r after pressing r it will take u to dos mode then select the drive on which u have install the operating system for exemple c: then type command chkdsk /r or / f then hit enter


one more thin itis showing u hardware conflit error then remove the device u have recently installed to ur pc this mabe because u have unlike devise on ur system

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If it's XP:

You can try a chkdsk or do an XP repair: (your data will not be be erased)
Chkdsk
Take the Windows XP disk. Boot from it, then DO NOT select F2 (automated system recovery) but continue through the procedure until you get to the point where you can choose between installing Windows XP and entering the Recovery Console. Once you get into the Recovery Console, do chkdsk and fix potential errors on your disks! Chkdsk C: /R




XP repair
When you boot with the Win XP install CD-ROM, it loads a minimal operating system, similar to DOS, but compatible with Win XP. At the first screen you select install Win XP (not Recovery Console) and at the next screen it will find that you already have Win XP and offer to attempt a repair. This repair should not touch your Applications or data; it just reinstalls the Windows files. This is great because when it works you don't need to reinstall all your software.

If it is Vista, you would need to do a recovery.


If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe


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Windows Xp, changed graphics after prob, now can't boot past xp s


your efforts were in right directions. Now to get back your display you require your os cd. boot throug it. click enter when it asks for repair option for the first time. type r when it gives u second option. this will solve your problem.
kindly do rate my solution

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How do you install Windows again if you are getting the "NTLDR missing" message on start up?


1. Check there are no other boot devices such as USB key, floppy or DVD inserted.
2. If you have a Windows XP CD, boot from it (press F12 at the startup screen and chose CD/DVD) and this will run Windows Setup. Once this finishes loading you can press 'R' to enter the recovery console. Once this loads type 'fixmbr' and it should attempt to fix the problem. Take out the Windows CD and reboot. This will fix it if its a simple problem but if its more complicated you'll need to get it looked at properly.

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you need to reinstall your operating system
iot will solve this problem
because if you try tyo recover your os it will not work sometimes
and this time your os is damaged more sio you need to reinstall it dont try to recover your windows xp format cdrive and reinstall whole windows xp with your xp cd
it will solve all problem

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