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Nice work Rick, well done. I just used the installation disk and checkdisk and wallllllllla... any help will be greatly appreciated. Loading...

Congratulations! Keep in mind that after you perform an in-place upgrade or repair installation, you must reinstall all updates to Windows. of course try cd boot w/repair first & pull all extra hdw out. I always appreciate your help......PLX reply soon Helpful +18 Report Pete Rock Jun 18, 2009 at 08:12 PM I've got the same issue as Rakesh, anyone got a fix for this?

But you don't provide any useful information to give even a hint of those.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Windows Legacy OS forum 9 total posts Popular Forums Nov 24, 2003 #12 Rick TechSpot Staff Topic Starter Posts: 4,573 +65 Originally posted by RyonanGT one question here.... Yes No Send us feedback Feedback shows invalid character, not accepted special characters are <> () \ Send Feedback Sorry, our feedback system is currently down. I choose the set up my connection manually selection.

I had to repair a lap top that had picture that the guy didn't want to lose this way. This utility also has a version of chkdsk to help aid in fixing corruption on the NTFS formatted hard disk. Often times, when Windows is rendered unbootable, there is a good reason. Re run chkdsk and make sure it comes up clean.

When I see that, I... If not make it so! You will be asked to repair an existing XP installation or install a fresh copy of Windows XP/2000. To restore your computer's operating system and software to the original factory settings, launch the link below: Launch the Microsoft Windows Reinstallation Guide Back to Top

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This will start the One-Time Boot Menu. Just follow the prompts, have your CD-KEY handy and hope for the best! i got the same error in my desktop. If you have just one Windows installation showing, type 1 and press .You will be prompted for the Administrator's password.

Proffitt Forum moderator / January 28, 2006 12:52 AM PST In reply to: No luck Boot the XP SP2 (home/pro...) and use the Repair option. it said "unregmp2.exe - entry poinjt not found. XP does a better job that the other OS's but it is still hit and miss. If you suspect that Windows XP won't boot because the partition boot sector has been corrupted, you can use a special Recovery Console tool called Fixboot to fix it.

Please recheck you have followed the above procedures to make the folder visible and accessible. RodneyDickson 1,808,294 views 22:19 how to bypass Windows XP user passwords - Duration: 8:39. Make Google your friend too. If so, try uninstalling those programs or hardware from your computer.

Choose F8 to continue. Connecting to the network (even for a few seconds) without having reinstalled Windows service packs will immediately expose you to attack. To use System Restore, first restart the computer by pressing [Ctrl][Alt][Delete]. If that doesn't work, disconnect the first optical drive that you tested, connect the other one, and attempt to boot the CD with that.*** Before touching anything inside the box, ensure

Perform an In-Place Upgrade (Repair Installation) of Windows XP The Windows XP CD provided with your computer contains an option to replace the system files on Windows XP, effectively refreshing the Use Clean-Boot Troubleshooting to Isolate the Software Issue A program or application may be interfering with the normal boot process of Windows. AustrAlienGoogle is my friend.

Setup will copy all the necessary files to the hard drive and then reboot the system.

Once completed, you will be confronted with "Windows Setup". It worked and all my files are there! Probably there is, but I not very familiar with the forum, yet. Leave a comment Helpful +153 Report Zorig Aug 6, 2009 at 02:29 PM I start my windows so up then it goes to a option screen and it said safe mode

Dylan R 602,423 views 2:34 Black Screen After Start Windows Normally (Windows XP) Help - Duration: 2:02. On the Welcome to System Restore screen, select Restore my computer to an earlier time (if it is not already selected), and then click Next. i could track down whoever built it for her i guess...) Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Looks like a corrupted OS. I'll explain later Save and exit BIOS setup Don't boot the Windows CD.

I have the XP disc and have used link above to try to repair/install. Microsoft has created a detailed process for isolating a startup program that is causing Windows to not boot correctly. When I started my computer today, it got passed the windows logo screen and keeps bringing me to a screen that lets me choose between booting up in: safe mode safe yea there isin't much i can do..

For example, the device pathname format for a standard bootable drive C configuration would look like this: DeviceHardDisk0 #8: Disable automatic restart When Windows XP encounters a fatal error, the default Press to start the Windows Setup. Now, Windows XP will hang up when it encounters the error and with any luck, it will display a stop message you can use to diagnose the problem. #9: Restore from When you get the warning about overwriting the destination file, Press Y to allow it.

Subscribe to our newsletter Sign Up Team Terms of Use Contact Policies CCM Benchmark Group health.ccm.net Skip to main content Social networking links Subscribe to our RSS Feed Follow us on The ailing computer has a "hp cd-writer" and "dvd-rom" drives, I put the CD in the DVD rom drive since the cd writer wont seem to open. The 3 statements all refer to different and separate procedures. This entry was originally published as an article on January 26, 2006. #1: Use a Windows startup disk One of the first things you should reach for when troubleshooting a Windows

a recent hardware or software change might have caused this. The System Restore Restoration Complete screen appears. If unfortunately your system does not come up, you should the follow the restoring XP registry sections below NOTE: To fully complete the following procedure you must have had system restore This Procedure is for you if: - You want a relatively easy fix and do not want to edit the Windows XP Registry settings. - You have tried all you know

This functionality is available through Windows Safe Mode with Command Prompt.