Thanks, much more useful data
You have a variety of errors, which I always consider a bad thing...including one for ntfs.sys, which can indicate varied problems.
You also have a non-desktop, which (IMO) always makes things a bit harder.
First glance...I would suggest uninstalling your Symantec application and replacing it with something like Avast or Avira Free. I suggest that you use the Symantec tool for uninstalling applications. The fact that you can only boot into safe mode...may make this idea unfeasible. If so, then just move to next idea.
Norton Removal Tool - http://service1.symantec.com/Support/tsgeninfo.nsf/docid/2005033108162039?Open&docid=2006032009205413&nsf=sharedtech.nsf&view=docid&pid=2006032009205413&pkb=sharedtech
Then...I suggest that you run a chkdsk /r
on your Windows partition. Start/Run...type chkdsk /r
and hit Enter. Type Y in new screen and hit Enter. Reboot the system, the command will execute before booting into XP. If there are any onscreen error messages during the chkdsk and such indicate that chkdsk cannot complete or that the hard drive/file system has problems...please post same. Do not worry about the summary message at the end of the chkdsk /r command, it's not useful for what I want to see.
Do you have the recovery disks for said system?