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Windows XP Freezes after a few seconds after bootup, but Safemode works fine..

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Radder1, Aug 2, 2006.

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  1. Radder1

    Radder1 Thread Starter

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    I've had this probelm for a few days now and I hanv't been able to slove it yet.. when I get windows to boot up to the desktop it freezes about 5-15 seconds afterward, then when I try to restart I see the black windows screen with the bar of its progress filling up, however it is not normal and it is very dark, almost unable to see, and it freezes again. Only until I am aable to reboot in safe mode is when I can get anything to work, however this slows my computers speed and ablities very much. Everytime I try to boot up normally the same thing happens, ethier windows comes up for a few seconds before freezing or gets caught on the loading screen. Does anyone have any ideas on what I can try to fix this? Thank you very much in advance, help would be very appericated!!!!


    Edit; Probelm Sloved, Thanks!
     
  2. happyrck

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    did you try restore ...go back about a week before the problem started
     
  3. wtxcowboy

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    try your systems help & support function & then use the troubleshooter or go to the manufacturer's home page & go thru the steps :)
     
  4. Radder1

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    Hey thanks alot! I followed the trouble shooter and after recovery didnt work, I found out that one of my devices was the start up probelm.Thanks again I really apperiate the help!
     
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