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GEEKAGO

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[FONT=Arial][SIZE=1][SIZE=7][COLOR=green]I found out how to get stop computer from shutdown when you login.
First, restart your computer in safe mode by press F8.
Second, choose safemode only from the list, not with network or ms-dos.
Third, login and go to Start>Seach, then type "drivers.bat".

You will see the drivers.bat in list. So, delet all drivers.bat from your computer (only drivers.bat files not anything else). After that, restart your computer, and login.

Your computer should be working fine..

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uhm, what?

was this supposed to be a reply to someone?
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yes, this can help someone that have this problem.
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I had this problem and re loaded xp to fix it...this it did for one boot only...it froze when opening ie explorer and now on boot it looks at the dvd drives.....the HD light comes on, stays on.. and then nothing, no beeps, no bios messages, no nothing......just a blank screen with the hd light permenently on.........unlucky or what....my guess is the mother board is trashed or at the very least the bios, my colleague says the HD is faulty.........any ideas other than that please.....pretty please?
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No beep code mean that computer Power supply or Motherboard error. first, check your motherboard, and power supply. if both working good, it properly the HD cable, check your cable to see you install correctly.
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