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What is causing this??? I recommend burning the ISO file as an image onto a cd and then boot from the CD drive. by bigbear1950 / August 2, 2013 8:13 PM PDT In reply to: A few things can cause this.... I have a Windows XP desktop and it willnot boot up to Windows. weblink

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Good luck. I'm still scratching my head wondering what I'm doing wrong. These procedures require no technical expertise but the instructions (and occasional warnings) should be followed with care.

My suspicion is now focused on the graphics card (nvidia geforce4 mx 64MB). But the problem starts when windows loads for the first time. Post Information Total Posts in this topic: 12 postsUsers browsing this forum: No registered users and 36 guests You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics Anthony1709 Newbie Posts: 11 3+ Months Ago Hi No thats not the problem.

MousemonkeySep 19, 2010, 5:35 AM This topic has been closed by Mousemonkey Ask a new question Read More Windows 7 Hard Drives Related Resources Win 7 Installation repeats itself.."no boot device Windows 10 Setup Restarting Over And Over I formatted that partition as NTFS and installed windows on it. Im not sure what you mean. u might have tried harder to do that....because I did...........

If it is scratched you may need to repair it. Details such as licence number, date of original installation, company I purchased from, etc. You can also go to the manufacturer web site of your mobo and DL the diagnostics for your mobo. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Entering System Setup or Safe Mode by gtmark11 / August 9, 2013 2:16 PM PDT In reply to: First things first Gwen- Not

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If you end up going to a pro have him put your data on that external hard drive. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/2693-63-windows-installation-repeating-itself Ultimately, you might need to buy a new Windows XP installation CD if you want to do a Repair Installation. Windows 10 Installation Keeps Restarting I think what's happening is that the BIOS is trying to boot from the USB drive and we all know when rebooted multiple times in a short period of time it Windows 10 Install Restart Loop Thank youuuu....

Operating Systems Apr 29, 2003 dunkster Golden Member Joined: Nov 13, 1999 Messages: 1,473 Likes Received: 0 I'm not sure if this is the problem you are encountering, but the installation http://goinsource.com/windows-10/itunes-quicktime-will-not-install.html I reformatted using the xp disk, it continued to install some more drivers or whatever at the same blue screen for a few seconds. My pc keeps restarting itself before it reaches windows 10 More resources See also Realtek High def. GOD BLESS. The Computer Restarted Unexpectedly Loop Windows 10

check Install fresh copy of Windows "Press Esc" .... Keep in mind that early Windows 95 CDs are not bootable. Or even a bad drive we all have had those.but just check your bios and see if it recognizing your harddrive and is it your primary bootable device. check over here It will not change any of your own files or documents.

Sign up now. Regards Stephen Sep 5, 2010 #1 fw2004 TS Enthusiast Posts: 150 Sounds like it could be a RAM problem, as Windows uses memory differently once it has booted the GUI. In this case, it sounds like the hard drive option has been completely removed from the BIOS boot list or isn't being recognized as boot media, meaning the boot sector is

If not, navigate to the boot-menu screen.

Set your settings again that you have before (if any). This is a fairly time-consuming exercise as it will probably require you to: Back up your own documents and data Re-install and update Windows Re-install all your applications Restore all your I am trying to install windows xp with service pack 2 on a 200GB hard drive. After quite a bit of frustration, I finally decided to take everything out of my computer except the bare minimum.

Windows will then search for existing Windows installations. The hard drive appears in the BIOS but I haven't formatted it as I didn't know if this was necessary. During my PC boot up, it displays 'Please insert disk' I ran in to this one time and it turned out to be a bad dvd drive. http://goinsource.com/windows-10/install-issue.html I have been at this for 3 hours and it has ruined my nite.

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Iím not sure if the cdrom drive is the cause. But thanks to these posts.. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Go to bios again and set your dvd/cdrom as first boot, save and exit.

Safe Mode If you choose Safe Mode on the Advanced Options Menu, Windows will attempt to start up in a special mode where only its most basic components are loaded. Also check your hard drive I usually do a zero fill before a fresh installation. Windows installed just fine. I tried 2 other ancient cards (one being 3D Blaster GeForce2 Titanium and other one unknown with 32 mb), but both failed to deliver an image.

To change that setting, you need to do the following: 1. You want a lot of backups - within reason. geez d 08-22-2008, 03:31 AM #20 BluAngelEyes23 Registered Member Join Date: Aug 2008 Posts: 3 OS: Windows XP Pro Quote: Originally Posted by mrdavester i was having a Also, above all else, if you ever feel confused, or fearful, seek a geeky friend, or take it to a PC shop.Good Luck!

your a life saver man.. RegisterWhy Register? Howserious is this problem? Where do I go from here?

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