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Question about Windows XP Professional for PC

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...not boot, i even changed the "boot from->Advanced" setting in CMOS but still it does not boot, one of my friends suggested that there may be a boot sector virus or bad sectors on disc so it does not ...

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Question about Windows XP Home Edition

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...,means linux will install the grub (boot loader)and configure it with what all Os u have.If your system is not booting and showing grub menu do one thing ,boot it from a linux cd and reinstall

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Question about Windows XP Home Edition

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...not start up from boot disk..it keeps starting up normally...it is currently running windows xp but i want to a fresh install it's a 2005 toshiba satellite a100 - ta6 Reboot the computer and go into ...

Question about Windows XP Professional

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...Boot Screen" button: Click here to see how your not able to change the resolution till you have booted, it boots in VGA before loading video driver, I suggest you talk ot uncle bill about this

Question about Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC

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...not first in the boot order, your PC will start "normally" (i.e. boot from your hard drive) without even looking at what might be in your disc drive. 3)Insert your bootable CD or bootable DVD in your ...

Question about Windows XP Professional With Servise Pack 2 (e8503040) for PC

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boot device, and not the hard disk drive. Second, when the computer is booting you should receive the below prompt. Press any key to boot from the CD Important: When you see this message press any key

Question about Windows 7 Ultimate for PC

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...not boot try pressing F12 at the boot screen then select DVD/CD as your start up device If you want to upgrade from 32Bit OS that is not possible. You have to do clean install, so just put the DVD ...

Question about Windows 7 Ultimate for PC

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...onscreen directions to install your installations system software. Usually these days this is the default boot order but yours may not be doing this so just check it out. Thanks for using FixYa! ...

Question about Windows XP Home Edition

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...it. The system may not see your HD. As you boot, go to the boot menu and see if the HD is listed. - If it's not, see if the HD is well connected to the motherboard. - If it is then re install

Question about Windows XP Home Edition

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...boot trigger circuit does not function properly. May it be possible to have detailed information of the boot initiate circuitry? Best regards, Try to boot into safe mode and run chkdsk /f from the ...

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