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Cant get past startup screen

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by zoso420g, Jan 26, 2007.

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  1. zoso420g

    zoso420g Thread Starter

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    When I power on It boot to Improper shutdown screen and startup screen then no matter what i chose safe safe with network ,so on it load to boot screen then shuts down and back to same startup screen over and over and over.Was working fine Shut it Down For Internal cleaning When I restarted this Happened:confused:
     
  2. Daredeval756

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    insert the system disk and restart the computer, then it should boot your cd if the boot order is set rihgt, if into you will need to change that in bios, anywho once the "Windows Installer" is running, press r(i think) to enter the recovery console, once in the recovery console type 1 and press enter, from there you chould be on local disk c or C:\>(or somthing similar) type the following cmd: chkdsk /r ,then it should begin a process, when its done, type exit or quit (can't remember) then remove the system disk and restart the computer. Problem should be solved :)
     
  3. zoso420g

    zoso420g Thread Starter

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    Thanks That was on my try list and it solved the problem,again thanks
     
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