I'm running Windows XP Pro on another computer and I am unable to get to the bootscreen. I used to have a selection between a custom bootscreen and the windows XP one. I tried to remove the custom one and now I fear I may have screwed up the boot.ini or the ntoskrnl file. I have my windows XP disk and I have tried to replace the boot.ini file but I am unsure if I am doing it correctly.
What happens is I turn my computer on, and it runs up until the bootscreen should come up, then the monitor says "no signal" and it reboots straight away without the bootscreen coming up at all. After reboot It then comes up with the option of running windows normally, in safe mode, last known working configuration.. all of them have the same result. I can press delete to get into setup and I can load up the Windows XP CD.
Any help would be appreciated.
Edited by chris91, 05 January 2007 - 03:57 AM.