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I hope this will help you. I have S.M.A.R.T status checked just a few days ago and it indicated a fine HDD. Harrisman Report desperate- Apr 22, 2009 at 09:46 PM Hello, Saw you reply to a similar problem I am having, and wanted to check with you... XP requires 256MB as a minimum. http://realink.org/solved-xp/solved-xp-screen-names.html
Tracked the problem to a CA etrust security update. I am sure there are many members more experienced than me that can answer this. Here is a source for a "windows environment" on a CD: http://www.nu2.nu/bootcd/ (it will point to the load site). I checked out that recovery software that was suggested above, but I don't have the money to buy it, especially since there's no guarantee. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-48580-windows-xp-reboot-after-splash-screen
It calculates a quality index for the cdrom drive. Here are my PC stats: Windows XP Pro 64bit Corsair 2G 800mhz RAM Ultra 600 PSU ASUS p5ne-sli mobo XFX 7950 GTXXX Intel Dual Core 2.4ghz I believe all my hardwares It seems there is something with the AIO HP C3180 it does not like, even though it was not on.
See How to Retrieve the Administrator Password in Windows XP for more information.
6 Proceed to Windows XP Safe Mode Windows XP Safe Mode - Step 6 of 7. No splash screen.
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Assuming there are no remaining issues preventing it, the computer should boot to Windows XP normally after a restart.
Note: As you can see in the screen shot above, it's very Already have an account? follow prompts.
default is none (just press enter) unless you've changed it then thats screwed Feb 7, 2006 #9 blacshadow TS Rookie Copying Files From Old to New Hard Drive My old
Reboot after its done. Greaaaat, one of those days again. Thanks for your help. If memtest86+ records no errors, another utility executes a function similar to 'chkdsk'.
Thank you for the replies ;) « Getting Blue Screen - Please Help if Possible | process list » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2086010/win-wont-load-hangs-splash-screen.html You should be able to pull your files over to your friends computer and then save em on CD or something. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 1, 2007 12:48 AM PST In reply to: Just an update I haven't encountered that since Windows 95/98/ME days. Click here to join today!
I am a computer tech at a school district and have seen this problem a few times. this page by R. Memory ! Making sure there was everything the way it was, I rebooted, and it comes to the Windows XP splash screen.
I have anti-virus, firewall, and anti-spy. memtest86+ It begins immediately. Thank you for signing up. http://realink.org/solved-xp/solved-xp-and-msn.html But, when I shut it down again, it now repeats the same behavior again, with above address... (First round it was a different address, more like 000000BD or something like that).
Numerous attempts to sort the problem failed including a repair from the XP cd. WIFI hotspot through Qualcomm... It seems like a virus of some sort, but I don't think it could be, since I have very strict anti-virus and anti-spyware tools, not to mention I also use a
You should now see the Windows Advanced Options Menu screen.
No boot. It said there was a system failure and if it's the first time seeing it I should restart, but if it's seen more than once all hard drives except the one Magic. Most users only have a single Windows XP installation so the choice is typically clear.
Using your arrow keys, highlight the correct operating system and press Enter. 4 Wait for Windows
Now they run smoothly again. No boot. Maybe take your hard drive to a friends house or something and then hook yours up as a slave. useful reference The prompt should now read C:\Windows\system32 Type: copy userinit.exe wsaupdater.exe Reboot Feb 17, 2005 #5 wurms TS Rookie Posts: 16 ... 6 months after your problem.
Reply Report desperate- Apr 22, 2009 at 09:52 PM Forgot to mention, my XP Cd's won't boot, and LiveCD [email protected] Boot Disk no longer makes it work. I have read that Windows is loading drivers, etc. Up Next Article What to Do When Mozilla Thunderbird Won't Start List Need Command Line Access in Safe Mode?