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I chose "r" and then after a brief delay it gave me the C:> prompt. Thanks, Meredith Nov 6, 2003 #9 mere24 TS Rookie I had a problem with WIN XP and recovered everything but I cannot get onto the Internet. Whether you get a blue screen or XP/2000 just hangs, then this information is for you. it got it to work again! http://gaeml.net/windows-xp/fix-xp-boot.php

Type in your Administrator password; hit Enter The next command you need to write is below; hit Enter afterwards: bootcfg /rebuild The above command, bootcfg /rebuild, will scan your computer for installed Windows copies. ker Thank you! Once you have your backup safe and sound, you can decide to continue using the drive as is… or replacing it. Thank you soo much ! http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/10-things/10-things-you-can-do-when-windows-xp-wont-boot/

Windows Xp Won't Start

and no matter which option on safe mode I use... If you see problems here, then the drive is probably going bad and you should focus on data recovery and replace it. Its called being "Computer Friendly".

Directions for both XP and Windows 7 included. Working... I was able to get into setup to disable the interal hdd as someone else mentioned. Windows Xp Startup Repair Without Disk http://www.na.com Chetan WINDOWS 2006..???????

will this process erase personal data from hard disk?? Windows Xp Won't Start In Safe Mode Reconnect power line to my PC. 8. Type exit and press the Enter key to reboot your computer. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/how-to-repair-windows-xp-2000-if-you-are-unable-to-boot-into-windows.8356/ admin • January 7th, 2015 at 4:33 am Hi Bryan Sounds like you may be at the point where a reinstall is in order.

Yet these computer manufactures can't even make a laptop to be built with a boot to Dos Prompt command at the start up. Windows Xp Not Booting In Safe Mode It worked for about 5 minutes when I installed XP on it then the blue screen came on. Doing full backups now and going to PC world to buy a new hard drive, they are only £60,- The old one can become a slave drive. What does this mean exactly?

Windows Xp Won't Start In Safe Mode

Yes, I am yelling. you could check here When you turn on the computer, its CPU begins to carry out the programming instructions contained in the basic input/output system (BIOS). Windows Xp Won't Start Close Learn more You're viewing YouTube in English (UK). Windows Xp Not Starting In Any Mode ITJungles 123,390 views 1:57 Computer Hard Disk Failure, What to do? - Duration: 7:18.

Thanks Abbs Thanks for the info!!! This time I put Drive #2 in Laptop #1 as the internal drive, and connected Drive #1 as the External Drive. When you enter the BIOS setup, you need to change the boot order. No intervention is required, as EasyRE's repair is fully automated: Easy Recovery Essentials searches for errors and makes corrections to the selected Windows installation. Windows Xp Startup Problem

CLick Start and select Run. pris This was very helpful. Check that the ribbon cable is properly seated in the Primary IDE socket on the motherboard. http://gaeml.net/windows-xp/fix-windows-xp-boot.php I followed the instructions to run “chkdsk /p’ in Recovery mode and as well, ran ‘fixboot’.

Sign in to make your opinion count. Start Windows Normally Problem Xp Thanks again Shotaro thanks XD all worked well Neil worked well thanks! i dont want lost my files and imporrtant documents...

I am afraid to assume this is fixed and can’t find any advice/solutions that go beyond the ‘chkdsk /p(r)’ and ‘fixboot commands, and am worried my problem is deeper than that

Register now Not a member yet? JOHN When I try to boot up with the XP CD in the DVD drive, I never get to the ‘Welcome' screen. I'm going to try and make a floppy linux distro that can read ntfs and burn cds... Windows Xp Won't Boot Black Screen Usually around $400 for data recovery, or more if you have a drive bigger than 500Gb.

This can often be due to hardware failure (bad hard disk, memory or CPU for example). In that case, you'll need to disable the option for automatically restarting on system failure. So want to install XP Home, just put the XP Home CD into CD drive. You made my hubby a very happy man!!!

Download that and burn the image to a cd.