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Can you get into Safe Mode? I suspect your configuration needs tweeking.
Also I would immediately go into the Bios and make the boot order be CD, HD.. etc. Also make note of any hidden partitions such as H, or K. Those sometimes house a mirror of the factory version of XP... like when it was new.
You need to configure it as a second display. Connect the tv to the laptop, right-click on the desktop and choose Screen resolution, select the 2, put a resolution supported by your tv and select the Extend option.
when your computer is booting up continuously keep clicking the F8 button until a selectioN of options appears on the screen ,then select the option " last good configuration" and click enter , This should sort reconfigure your laptop.
Nitrotrike gave you the process you should go thru to solve this problem...
But before doing it, or having someone do it for you,...locate the fan or fans on your laptop, and using a vacumm **** all the dust from them...
If the overheating is been caused by clogged air channels, this action will help your laptop get back to work.
Let me know if it helps