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#1 Drsunny21

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 01:44 AM

Hi frnds,I having problem in my desktop...I had gone to tour for a week and when i came back and start the PC,it started but as the message comes tht safe mode,safe mode wth networking,safe mode wth command prompt and windows will start up normally...so i give enter to tht windows will start normally but nothing happens aftr tht....it remain paused there only...many times i restart PC then also it come to this message and doesnt go ahead...so wth bootable cd i repair the XP then also it doesnt work...windows is not starting in any mode...I tried safe mode also but it doesnt start....I tried last known configuratn but no,it doesnt work...So i format my all drives and installed again XP but as turned on the next day,i m having the same problem...Can anyone tell me wht is the problem wth it??why its happening like tht??

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Posted 26 December 2009 - 02:36 AM

sounds like a hardware issue not an XP issue. Hard to diagnose without your hardware configuration, but the first things I would start with is going to your computer manufacturers home site and see if theres a downloadable hard drive diagnostic tool, second thing to try is to see if you can find some sort of memory diagnostic, if you download Ubuntu it should come with a good one, I use it all the time. Beyond that I would test your PSU (Power Supply Unit) Another simple thing you might do is check all the capacitors on your motherboard. (the little round cylinders) they should be clean and perfectly symmetrical, no bulges or leaks. To provide you with better help, it would be usefull if you supplied us with the computer make/model, or if its a custom job a list of all the parts/specifications.

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