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Problem booting Windosx XP Professional


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I'm having a problem booting my PC. Whenever I try to boot it comes up with a black screen. I can get it into safe mode, but not safe mode with networking. I don't think its a virus, because I just ran a full scan with AVG earlier today and it came up clean. The problem just started a few minutes ago when I restarted my computer. I think it has something to do with my networking settings, since the last thing that happened before I restarted was that my network connection wizard froze while I was repairing a connection. That, and the fact that safe mode works but safe mode with networking does not. Can you guys help me figure out how to solve this problem?
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I tried using the use last successful setting option, as well as using system restore to restore an earlier point, but neither worked.
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Nevermind, I fixed the problem using chkdsk.
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