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Window Xp Problem

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#1 Attimus


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Posted 08 August 2007 - 01:54 PM

Hello Everyone I need help with my computer first my monitor went out don't know why it was working fine but now it wont turn on anymore.
Second When i hooked my computer to my LCDTV and turn it on it just keep on rebooting over and over. So the next step i've done was to in stall the recovering disk which delete all my file's but after that the rebooting stop but it will just stay at the window xp loading screen but wont go anywhere else please help me out i really don't have the money for someone else to fix it help.

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#2 Budapest


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Posted 09 August 2007 - 01:14 AM

Two things you can try is to test the memory and test the hard drive.

Use Memtest86 to test the memory.

To test the hard drive go to the website of the drive manufacturer and download their diagnostic tool.

Memtest86 and the drive test are both bootable CDs, so they still should work even though you cannot boot into Windows.
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#3 pascor22234


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Posted 09 August 2007 - 03:20 PM

You will need a burning program that can handle burning .ISO files such as Nero
or CDBurnerXP Pro (free)

or Active ISO Burner (free)

You will need to make sure your BIOS device boot order has the optical drive listed before the hard drive.

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