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Windows XP Freezes At: "Windows Is Starting Up." Screen For A Minute And A Half

You can keep your music, videos, documents, downloads, website design files, boot disk images, device driver downloads, etc on it and never lose it. Now to my problem. It's a legit version. Marco says March 26, 2011 at 1:29 am Hi Mitz! navigate here

Then this disaster happened. Technical information:*** Stop: 0x0000008e (0xc0000005, 0xeb029636, 0xb988baf8, 0x00000000*** Lvckap.sys address eb029636 base at eb01a000, datestamp 43950596This has happened once before. Overheated or something like that. It will only ask for the disk if it finds something wrong.

He just needs to transcribe them here. i could not install the os using my laptop as the display was previously dead and i had some problems with my dvd writer.can anyone find me some solution please….:( 🙁 Be sure to have your xp cd handy in case it needs it. Wasted money on a new monitor 🙂 Ray says April 11, 2011 at 12:14 pm Hey, my computer is black after i turn it on!

I've tried launching in safe mode (all three of them) and i've also tried launching it with the same settings as the last sucessful boot. They do little to nothing to improve speed and performance. I do not find any logic in this. When i tried to copy files between these drives, it results in the following error: " cannot copy. .

but then it get to the welcome screen.. In this case it would be handy to have another user account to login to. I tried multiple different usb devices (ipods, flash drives, usb mouses and keyboards to name a few) all of which definitely work, as i have tried them on my desktop. Cd-rw Drive Stuck I just got a samsung sw-240 cd-rw drive second hand, the seller said it worked for him/demonstrated it working.

clintfan Motherboards, Bios & CPU 0 08-05-2004 11:47 PM Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit because my desktop has an old model mother board (intel DG41wv). I have installed XP over 10 times on this machine without problems, except when I had a USB device hooked into the computer it would give me a BSOD. Also, i'm running the 64 bit version of windows 7 here, and these are my specs:2. 66ghz intel core 2 duo processor with 3mb on-chip shared l2 cacheNvidia geforce 320m graphics

  1. My problem with the Gigabyte GA-8I848P-G Motherboard is when i press the power button I do not hear the speaker beep I also do not see the display on my monitor
  2. Sorry for the wording, looking back I see the cause of the confusion. __________________ Half viking, half pirate, stronger than both XP Repair Malware Removal Vista Repair Downgrade Vista 07-16-2007,
  3. Is this a virus or something else?

It is a startech 4-port usb 2. 0 pci card. http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/490703 And then it goes to desktop. I can't use it at all now. Also post a list of the files and folders on the root of the disk. 07-16-2007, 10:29 AM #8 DragonLord Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2007 Posts: 9

I have had suspicions in the past about the Video Card and would have liked to upgrade it but didnt know if it was possible with a laptop. check over here After removing the virus i rebooted my computer and the same critical error message popped up. Windows Protection Error One of my machines that is an ibm aptiva has been giving me a windows protection error sporadically when i turn it on. Keyboard Error: ( Code 39 ) On Windows Vista I just popped vista back onto my computer (32-bit) to use, having heard of improved support for it.

With this recent issue, I had to use my old computer with Win 98 and didn't have access to the NTFS drive that my files were on. After the install, I enabled the Onboard Controllers, installed the drivers from the mobo CD and it has worked great! Not sure if this is a hardware issue or something in windows, since upon copying files, it actually is creating a temporary file, you might think if it was the dvd his comment is here This happens even when i try to start my computer in safe mode or any other mode.

Your black screen in Windows has occurred before the Windows logo screen. But what did you do with the memory. Restoring the MBR and boot partition cleaned up some multi-boot problems (still use BootMagic), but the black screen XP restart remained until re-flashed (not reset, not restore defaults, but FULL RE-FLASH

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The hardware must be compatible together and also must be installed correctly. I think at some point (I'm already there) I have to realize that I was sold an expensive lemon! Posted On: 10-12-2005, 11:45 PM . Brett says July 11, 2011 at 7:52 pm I have a toshiba laptop and i just reset it to factory settings yesterday morning because it got infected after a friend tried

matt says March 21, 2011 at 5:59 am i got windows 7 64bit and its not even going to the logo screen and no bios screen iswell i changed monitors heaps What they can do is break programs and damage the operating system. ---------------------------------------------------- You shouldn't uncheck service entries in the System Configuration Utility "Services" tab. After about 5 minutes it turned off again and it keeps doing this… do you know whats wrong with it and can you help me out. http://midsolutions.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-splash-screen-freezes-for-60-seconds.html Thank you for any help.

In this situation I would let Windows fix its own files by using the system file checker (SFC) command. However, i think because i used a cracked version, this never happened. If you can log into another account you will be able to access the corrupted user account through the main hard drive which is usually called C: drive. You are the first person on the internets that I found to have the same problem as me and I've been searching high and low.

Rick says February 17, 2011 at 10:59 pm A bit more info -- on the multi-boot system, the problem also occurred with warm-boot restart attempts from Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit Western Digital Time Limited Error Recovery (tler) With Raid Just wanted to write up my experiences with my raid problems. I would really appreciate it if somebody could please take the time to have a look at the problem and what I have tried below. I also configured to get a Bios access password as a hardisk password(as I had before, and I think this configuration was lost because the cmos battery charge was low).

thanks Mitz says June 20, 2011 at 6:50 am It sounds like a graphics card problem. Copy and paste that in the post. __________________ Half viking, half pirate, stronger than both XP Repair Malware Removal Vista Repair Downgrade Vista 07-16-2007, 01:20 PM #15 DragonLord Registered