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Loading problem my compaq starts up to the password screen then I put in the password and it loads very slowly, then it stays on the loading personal settings screen for ever . please help

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Plz log in safe mode, if the problem is not solved then you have to repair your operating system

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because at the 1st time when u select safe mode it should work .....i think some big data dammage have made....and now u are unable to recover it....

so my suggession is that u can re install win xp on u r computer..

regards..

for any quarry u can mail me at-sigma_shiva1@yahoo.co.in

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