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My computer loops and does not go to windows

When I start my computer it loops after the first screen but does not go the windows XP screen. It restarts and does the loop over and over

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  • thegateway Aug 20, 2008

    No. I have tried F8 F4 neither one workd.

    If only I could get the window to booth up then I can go into restore to an earlier configuration by running msconfig;

    If I new how to booth up from teh windows XP CD then I could reinstal windows and solve the problem.

    We need another solution, but thanks for the advice.

    thegateway

  • thegateway Aug 20, 2008

    I have tried to run the XP cd at start up but it bypasses and tries to booth up then gets into the loop.

    Someone said I should get a bootable CD.

    You are a great help and we will fix this beast.

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    Thank you my friend

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Have you tried to hit the f 8 key when starting up and go into the last good known configurtation mode

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

  • Michael Thomas
    Michael Thomas Aug 20, 2008

    i just restored my laptop with the cd when it came up and it says boot from cd i pressed any key then i let it run and it came up to the windows restore part and i just went from there

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