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Your ram either needs some cleaning and dusting out or it may have gone bad. Try cleaning it and see if that works. If not then one of your memory may be bad. In some cases, replacing with a good memory in itself may solve this problem. In other cases, you may need to perform a checkdisk to repair the filesystem. You will need to obtain a Windows XP cd and boot to it. Go into recovery console and select the C:\Windows to log into. If the administrator account has a password, enter it. If it doesn't have any password or you are not sure, just press enter. Then at the c:\windows prompt, type: chkdsk c: /r and then press enter. This should take about 15 - 30 minutes depending on how fast computer is.
After that is finished, type exit and then ctrl+alt+del to restart.
It should boot up fine now but do let me know what happens.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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