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FGREGORY27370

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im not a whiz at computers but i need help. I have a second computer for my kids. it is running xp pro. when i turn it on it starts to boot and then gives me a blue screen for a split second and then reboots. once it did say missing or corrupt file but hasnt done it since. what can i do i dont have an xp cd. i did make a boot floppy and got to the repair console but i was lost from there. is there anything i can do? :whistling:
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I would say that first place to look is your video, ram or heat issue.
Maybe go into cmos and make sure your not overclocked.

Edited by Workyoubeauty, 11 January 2007 - 11:18 AM.

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it told me i had an corrupted or missing ntsf file. it worked fine until i disconnected everything and reconnected it somewhere else. and i dont know how
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So is it working fine?

If not make sure you have your XP cd on hand and we will do a repair install
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