Posted 06 November 2005 - 11:27 PM
Well originally my problem was fixed. I disconnected my computer from the router and was able to boot up. I ran AVG antivirus,housecall microtrend, Adaware, spybot, and Microsofts malware program. And checked my registry for unusual listings and removed them. It worked fine for a while. I shut down, rebooted, waited for 30 mins. and restarted and everything seemed to be ok. The next day the same thing happened, but then unplugging the ethernet didn't help. The computer still kept rebooting before windows could fully load. I went to try and repair the boot sector with the Win XP disk and the computer came up all the way with the win xp in the drive. Now as long as I keep my cd in the drive and am having no problems. It is probably in the boot up sector but I haven't had a chance to look into it. I was thinking it was a virus in the beginning, but I am having no problems as long as I keep the cd in the drive.
Hope this helps some. It is a temporary fix, but at least I have access to my computer. When I find the real solution I will add it. Thanks for your time!