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Solved: Windows Advanced Options Menu on Startup

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by yankeebean, Apr 16, 2007.

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  1. yankeebean

    yankeebean Thread Starter

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    hi
    i have a computer that when you turn it on it boots directly into

    "Windows Advanced Options Menu"

    all option are available for me to access, although the keyboard is non responsive (yes it works) & i am unable to select anything

    after the timed countdown it starts to boot and get to the windows welcome screen and then hangs. no further progression from that point.

    i hope to get some idea's on how tho correct this,
    (would ressetting the cmos work?)

    specs as i know are
    win xp 2
    512 ram
    motherboard (asus i think)
    rest is all on board

    thanks
     
  2. bonk

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    Howdy,

    Can you try this Use your arrow keys to select "Last Known Good Configuration"
    Press Enter key.
     
  3. yankeebean

    yankeebean Thread Starter

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    sorry the keyboard is totally unresponsive

    (it is a wireless keyboard would that make a difference?)
     
  4. bonk

    bonk Banned

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    Can you borrow a non wireless keyboard and see the results....
     
  5. yankeebean

    yankeebean Thread Starter

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    got wired keyboard and replaced the CMOS battery. now back with the wireless keyboard,

    thanks for your help.

    this topics is solved
     
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