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windows xp crash and cant boot:(


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Hi all. Just saw your site and it rocks!!!:blink:
Anyway im sorry for my bad english and i hope you guys will help me out cause my mind will blow off...

heres the story so far..

Im sitting on my vaio (runnin xp pro) and sudenly it freezes up)
i restart it and it stucks in 'windows is starting up' i try to repair the boot and says succesfull. i reboot again but same thing...
Then i try to repair xp with the repair way on the same directory so i will not loose my files. After a succesfull repair after the boot i get the [bleep] lssaas or whats its name error!!!!:help: Now i fixed that too with the registry and now it goes to the screen where it says windows is starting up and after 2 mins it says applying new settings and stucks over there...
Also i try to create a new boot but nothing same thing im doing chckdsk /r but i have little hopes... plz some1 help me cause i tryed everything...:whistling:
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Also it cant boot to safe mode.. same windows is starting up thing.. it stucks over there:(
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You may have an overheating problem with your laptop. Try arranging it so it receives good cool air passage on the bottom side and see if this helps.

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i try that.. but no luck..:whistling:
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ok i dont know what happend but it loged in. time to back up all the files:) Majoer thanks for helping me:)
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You're welcome. If you find out the solution to the problem, please post back with it.

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