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I think MicroSoft says, unless there's a big problem elsewhere, that the program should make your XP PC boot (from the bottom) in fewer than 30 seconds. Will that work?"That should also work.Tufenuf Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - XP won't open programs by carbonation / May 11, 2009 3:23 AM PDT In reply to: Re: Select from Trace Menu the Next Boot + Drivers Delay option.5. Remove all the ticks for those programs/applications you can "safely" remove from startup.5] Viruses and spyware. useful reference

Proffitt Forum moderator / June 12, 2007 2:26 AM PDT In reply to: Appears to be for Windows ME not XP http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304449 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Still You can help too - find out how. Paste it into NotePad. You say you have upgraded to a legitimate version of Windows XP Pro, but then you say that updates to Windows will not install.Tell us what process you have gone through, http://help.it.ox.ac.uk/helpcentre/troubleshooting/winxp/

Windows Xp Won't Start

Are they genuine applications, ie not pirated? Click Here if Your Computer Does Not Complete POST Back to Top 2. How long for HDD delay? It is non-intrusive, meaning it won't automatically set itself to load at startup.

Sincerely. Uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox would not fix this problem because your settings are not removed on uninstall. Let the PC reboot automatically, BUT:11. Windows Xp Not Booting In Safe Mode Other than that, all the same problems remain.

This tries to repair Windows by replacing the Windows system files on your hard disk with fresh copies from the CD. How long for prefetch? I suspect that there is a problem in the Windows OS itself. http://ccm.net/forum/affich-31177-xp-won-t-start-not-even-in-safe-mode If your machine came pre-installed with Windows XP and has not had XP Service Packs 1 or 2 applied, you may find that some applications need reinstalling after doing a Repair

I assume you have run Malware and virus sweepers and know you are clean as well. Windows Xp Startup Repair Without Disk Uninstall it? It is protected by a router and the Windows SP2 firewall is always ON. To learn more about using Startup Repair to restore critical Windows files, click the link below: How to Perform a Windows XP Repair Installation Back to Top 9.

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and so on.Make your decision which firewall and which anti-virus application(s) to use, and uninstall the other. when I choose any option, no response only start again and same screen: Report darkangel_beauty2 2Posts Thursday September 17, 2009Registration date September 18, 2009 Last seen › moonriaz - Sep 18, Windows Xp Won't Start Microsoft has created a detailed process for isolating a startup program that is causing Windows to not boot correctly. Windows Xp Won't Start In Safe Mode Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - MS BootVis by flood / October 6, 2005 8:18 PM PDT In reply to: Try this - MS BootVis Leo, many thanks for

I'm back and got some update. Report dough23- Nov 19, 2009 at 07:25 PM Turns out I fried my Hard drive. This will add XP and create a dual-boot menu XP+Vista. If so, try uninstalling those programs or hardware from your computer. Windows Xp Startup Problem

Update the drivers to the video card. If it does try the "EXE File Association Fix" at the link below. If you decide to do this, do it in a controlled way, eg, disable the Tea-Timer, (Spybot > Mode > Advanced > Tea-Timer), reboot the system, then uninstall from the Add/Remove Repeatedly tap F8, on the keyboard, immediately after the Dell logo screen disappears until you see the Windows Advanced Options Menu on the screen. (If the Windows Advanced Options Menu does

Double click it and answer yes to the import prompt.http://www.kellys-korner-xp.com/xp_tweaks.htmIf you can't run the file do the following:Press CTRL-ALT-DEL and open Task Manager. Start Windows Normally Problem Xp Check for Recent Changes If you are able to successfully boot to Safe Mode, check your computer to see if any new software or hardware was recently installed. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - bootvis by gary_weimer / June 29, 2005 3:21 PM PDT In reply to: And Windows *always* does what it's supposed to do....

did you receive any suggestions that actually worked without having the cd to repair it??

very unpleasant. Small dialogue box will appear. GR Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Tell me that again? Windows Xp Startup Problem Black Screen Although a Repair Install should not affect your own files, it's better to be safe than sorry.

It is much better to start your own discussion.In your case I would consider 5 factors;1] The speed of your Celeron Processor. These will greatly reduce the effectiveness of your computer, and will eventually stop it.Mark Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - reduce boot time for win xp by shajul / I would be most grateful if either Leo Salceto or someone familier with MS BootVis can help me.Thankszeeman Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Tip: Do not bury pleas I have the same problem today...

Do NOT click "OK" as I mistakenly said to do.I don't believe clicking OK would ruin the process completely, but it might diminish the results a bit. The whole thing takes less than 5 minutes.Before using BootVis, my boot time was 58.9 seconds. Repairing Windows replaces these important files without removing or changing anything else on your computer.Note: In Windows 10, 8, 7 & Vista this is called a Startup Repair. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - See if this works.

A System Restore message may appear that lists the configuration changes that System Restore will make. A 24 GB hard disk, (another indication of the age of your computer), is now considered very small. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. But since you can't click on stuff we have to use the method at this link -> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/279736Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Appears to be for Windows

BootVis is a small downloadable program (half a meg?) that will precisely diagnose your PCs boot process. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/279736 indicates this is for Windows ME - do you think it will apply for Windows XP too? That will use Internet Explorer. Broken Internet Connection If your system has had an adware or spyware infection removed, or you have deinstalled certain anti-virus products, you may find that the machine will no longer successfully

hkey\locmach\system\contro\some control set\..... of course try cd boot w/repair first & pull all extra hdw out. What is the other program?That Kellys-korner link. what can I do THANKS TO YOU ALL STEVE Helpful +42 Report xpcman 16741Posts Wednesday October 8, 2008Registration date ContributorStatus January 8, 2017 Last seen Oct 21, 2008 at 10:23 PM

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