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Windows XP Start up problem.

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jaking007, Apr 16, 2008.

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  1. jaking007

    jaking007 Thread Starter

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    Hi guys, im having trouble starting up my windows XP MCE lately, im not sure whats the problem. But when i ever i start up, the computer would freeze when it reach the Black screen with windows xp and a loading bar. Then i push the button to turn it off, and try again, and ill give me the option to start normally, safe mode etc, and non of it would work, even safe mode. I finally got it to boot up again, so any solutio to the problem? Ive scan my computer multiple times with AVG, and ad_Aware. but nothing seen to be coming up. And now im scared to turn off my Acer notebook. any solution to my problem?

    Thanks in advance =D
     
  2. into9rod

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    do a backup and reinstall windows
     
  3. techychick

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    Have you tried a system restore to when you didn't have this issue?
     
  4. jaking007

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    Yes ive tried System Restore, buyt that didnt help at all. And ill probably be reinstalling windows tomorow, if there is no solution to this, ciz its 2am here and all the computer stores are close =P. im on an Acer Aspire sireies, ive made a system recovery disk, and im not sure how i would use it. Ive tried putting it in when i restart the computer, but it doesnt gave me an option to format the computer. Anyone know whats going on? Maybe i need to hit something?
     
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