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Windows XP does not load past boot screen

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Diablo234, Sep 28, 2007.

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  1. Diablo234

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    first of all i am in my vista system as i write this, because i have 2 HDs, XP is my primary system but yesterday something happened, i usually leave it on hibernation when i have to leave and come back but when i did that and turn on the pc it went just fine but after the "windows is resuming" nothing happened, just blank. so i restarted the pc by holding the power button. then i usual i see the bios screen, etc then it asks me what system i want to load, i choose XP and i get the "windows did not start normally" so i pick start windows normal option, i get the windows loading screen then.... nothing. so i get frustrated i unplug my pc leave it for a while then restart go through the same steps, bios screen, systems etc. after picking XP again i get the same "windows did not start normally" and i choose safe mode, it starts ok. go inside check somethings and decided to do system restore. so i restore back 7 days. i restart and this time i am able to get in normally but today i had to do this at least 5 times and now it just doesnt work. i know the hard drive is ok because i can browse through it while in this system.
     
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