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When I try to start the computer immediately it starts loading windows, it freezes. I have used different hard disks hoping that the problem could be with hard disks but again it freezes.

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Hello, Is either the problem should be from the board it self. is either the board is is having low cooling temper or the Ram is getting bad. If you have three(3) Ram in the board try removing one and try it like that. And make sure the processesor is clipped well to the board, because that can cause it all so. Please Vote Me.

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Its just freezes on the windows xp screen


Hi Steve,
  • It seems your operating system is damaged and needs repairing.You need another PC with a good operating system to repair yours.
  • Remove the hard disk from your machine.Enslave it to machine2 by connecting it as a secondary drive[i.e.disconnect CD ROM and connect the drive].Its more like jump starting a car.
  • Start the PC and it immediately detects the hard disk and asks for your authority to run Unix.
  • Press f1.
  • Now the PC finds that one disk needs repair and starts the repair automatically.
  • After repair and the machine has loaded successfully,turn it off.
  • Remove your hard disk and put it back on the first machine.
  • Start the machine now.

Sep 23, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Windows startup does not complete.


Hi.
If The BIOS is showing initial splash screen, and completing POST test correctly, but Windows Startup does not complete, and you are in one of the following situations:

  • You get a black screen with a cursor blinking.
  • You get a black screen with test or command prompt.
  • You have a blue screen with a warning message.
  • Windows keep restarting.
  • Windows is freezing.


Any of the condition described must occur before getting to login screen or to Windows desktop, or the problem is other than the one described here.

If you get a message saying Operative system not found you may also be in same situation. Only in that case the disk may also be physically damaged, and you may have lost your data, or disk may need replacement.


The conditions above usually tell us that the Windows system files needed for Startup are corrupted.
Windows cannot load the files anymore and will hang on with the cursor blinking.
When this happens you need to reinstall the operative system.

To start you can try loading the system in safe mode, by pressing F8 on Startup.

If the computer is starting in safe mode, try doing a system restore to a recent date before the problem started. This will be faster than installing a fresh system, and most of your settings will be preserved.

You may find out that when the system does not load, most computer will not even start in safe mode.

Check also that there is no CD, DVD or floppy inside the computer, also disconnect any connected USB device, apart mouse and keyboard, and attempt starting the computer again.

If all that does not work, then you will need to reinstall Windows.

Installing Windows is not a complicate operation, all you need is the computer recovery disk, or a Windows install disk valid for the licence number printed on the Microsoft Certificate of Authenticity sticker.

If you use a recovery disk, remember to choose partial recovery, so that the original data contained in the hard disk won't be deleted.

Using Windows generic disk you will need to choose Update Recovery if asked, install the system on top of the same directory (eg: C:Windows), and you will also need to choose Leave System File Intact, when asked by Windows setup.
Using a Windows generic disk you may also need to install additional drivers, that usually are available for download from the manufacturer website.
Even choosing a partial recovery , or an update install, some of the installed software may be affected, and may need a fresh setup.
Another way to proceed is installing a copy of windows into a different folder (eg. C:/Windows000), and choosing to leave system file untouched.
This will reinstall system files hosted in root folder, and sometimes may bring back to life the old system.
In that case you will be asked what system to start from Windows boot manager on Startup, your old system will be the second one.

Using this method is better to remove the new installation Startup from boot manager after installing and testing that the old system is back at work. This is done editing the system hidden file Startup.Ini, hosted in root folder. The file is a text file.

If you have important data inside the hard disk, it is always advisable to copy all data onto an external media. Even if the procedures described normally do not delete your data, when doing maintenance on a computer there is always the chance to loose data.
If the computer is not starting because of a system problem, the data can only be recovered using a boot disk, or physically removing the hard disk drive from computer, and connecting it to a different computer (an external enclosure may help).


This same instructions broadly apply to all recent Windows operative system, Windows seven setup is slightly different from the procedure described here.

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Computer turns on but will not load windows. Freezes after gateway comes on. Plus cannot start in safemode


Enter the BIOS and ensure that the Hard drive is indeed being seen by the computer.

Open up the chassis side panel and ensure that all conections are making contact.


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Apr 14, 2011 | Gateway 3250S PC Desktop

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Hi, i have a dell inspiron 1545. When i start my computer the dell logo comes up and then it says loading windows. then it freezes thats as far as i get. If i leave that screen on in about 5 mins, it...


Have you tried going into Safe Mode? (hit f8 key when the windows logo appears)

select command prompt and first type: chkdsk /f

then do sfc /scannow

else do a windows repair - you won't lose your stuff if your hard disk is not damaged

Jan 08, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Setup is locked, hoekan ik het unlocken om een verse window xp te installeren


OK ..you have several options ...First ..try to open it up ..and remove the bios battery from the main board..remember to also remove any other power source ..and place the battery back after 30 seconds..This will clear the bios settings and also the password..
If this will not work , you can try to fool the system by inserting the disk ..and start without the hard disk on ..It will take teh next option and will boot from the disk ..and you have to plug the hard disk on immediately ..It may work ..
If the password will be removed by removing battery ..than all you have to do is press f12 for boot menu and start from the disk and install .

Another way is to start windows installation from teh previous windows ..Just open the disk and click set-up ..or install windows..it will start from windows and after loading primary files will restart and continue normal ..
the last option is to remove the hard disk and install a clean operation system in another computer and place it back ..
it will work just fine ..but you will need all drivers for your computer to be installed manually and will also need to be made from a boot-able disk ..and not from recovery ..
Anyway ..try the battery removal and let me know what goes on ..and after that we'll see ..
please try to use English ..even if it is not very good...I will try to understand..

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Will not load past starting screen (HP logo)


maybe is hard disk problem, try boot from cd.(check for any errors dispayed)

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Blue Screen of Death


yeah unfortunitly you might have to reformat the entire hard drive and start from scratch

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Make sure you start by deleting the old partition, and formatting C:. If it still locks up after that, then your hard drive is bad.

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Computer freezes when it is scanning for check disk


Hard drive is starting to have bad sectors on them which is why the hard drive is freezing and can't go thru the scandisk properly. Try a different known hard drive.

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Continuous loop and cannot charge battery


Windows service pack 2 is a huge update and takes a long time to complete, I will suggest walking away from your computer and having lunch, go to sleep, watch a movie, etc... while the update finishes. If you have already done this with the same result? I would look for a Windows XP SP2 disk (XP with service pack 2 integrated) and try that. Otherwise Microsoft sent out many disks containing the SP2 update itself on a disk, and you could try the SP2 update from one of those (if you can find one) after your clean install.
Good luck.

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