Posted 25 November 2007 - 10:17 PM
Do you have the original bootable windows XP disc? If you do, please try to start your computer using the disc: Place the disk in the drive that you cant see, and then restart your computer. depending on the brand of computer you have use the (ESC) or (F12) (or whichever key specified by the bios) key at the splash screen to access the one time boot menu. use the arrow keys to select the cdrom/dvdrom/optical drive and tap the enter key. you should see a message that says press any key to boot from cd... tap the spacebar at this point. If the machine starts the XP setup routines, wait and then tap the F3 key to stop. remove the cd, and shutdown your computer. Let us know your results, Please.
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