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post #1 of 13
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hey everyone,

currently have a problem with my computer, it wont boot up into windows... it is showing the boot up screen and passing post, the next thing i am thinking is to clear the CMOS and try and boot up again, however what else can i do? anyone any ideas?

thanks for any help you can provide...

Anjokid
post #2 of 13
Clear cmos and you could also try safe mode.
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yep will try boot into safe mode, i tried using the most recent settings that worked, but still no joy with that...
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I don't understand what the problem is. Passes post, shows boot screen, then what? It just freezes?
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Does your car provide enough volts + Amps?

Sry for the bad jk, noticed your avvy said you is living in your car.

Sry
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Originally Posted by 003 View Post
I don't understand what the problem is. Passes post, shows boot screen, then what? It just freezes?
gets past post, then starts to load up the boot up screen now when it usually enters the welcome screen it reboots.

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Does your car provide enough volts + Amps?

Sry for the bad jk, noticed your avvy said you is living in your car.

Sry
lol no it doesn't haha its a joke about scousers im insinuating that i have stolen your car. its not a very good joke but i like it
post #7 of 13
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i have just tried to boot up into safe mode and yep that worked, so i set a scan disk, on reboot, i shut down and cleared the CMOS and now tried to boot up, i am now getting a black screen saying

Quote:
Windows could not start because of the following file is missing or corrupt:
<windows root>system32ntoskrnl.exe
anyone have any ideas?
post #8 of 13
You are either missing or have some corrupt windows files or you have registry corruption somewhere. You can try to boot into the recovery console and copy the file that is missing. If its registry corruption there is a process you can go through to fix it, it is quite time consuming though. There is a process for doing this on MS's site, its for xp 32 though, its basically the same you will just have to change the i386 path with whatever xp 64 uses.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314477
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That was my car!
post #10 of 13
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thanks for the help i tried that, and its not working just wont boot up for some reason my Win XP CD wont boot up at windows so i have tried using a floppy (yes you heard me right a floppy) start up disk to start an install, i tried a Ubuntu Live CD so that i could copy the files from C:\\ to D:\\ so that i can then do a fresh install but that failed wouldnt work couldnt find my DVDRW even though i just clearly booted up a Live CD with it :S i am now installing a 32bit version of windows onto the HDD going to copy all my stuff over then put my old DVDRW in and attempt to boot up my Windows CD, if that dont work i am stuff, for some reason my CD wont boot up on startup, any thoughts? (i am going to make another Floppy to try start up with)

so yep any thoughts?
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