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Mayfield

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I boot up the system flash safe mode for 30 sec and turns off and reboots to safe mode. this repeat it self over and over
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Mark D

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You could have a hard drive problem. Do you have a Windows98 bootdisk? If not, try to press the F8 key when your system 1st starts up to get to the Microsoft Startup menu. Choose safe mode command prompt by using the arrow keys to highlight your choice. Type "scandisk /autofix /nosave /surface", once you get to the prompt. Good luck
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peterm

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Hi Mayfield
Welcome to G2G
Lets try a quick and easy
1.Start your computer, press and hold CTRL, and then choose Safe Mode Command Prompt Only from the Windows 98 Startup menu.
2.At the MS-DOS prompt, type cd\windows\command, and then press ENTER. Where windows is the name of the folder in which Windows is installed.

3.At the C: prompt, type scanreg /restore, and then press ENTER. NOTE the space between scanreg and /
4.Select the previous registry you want to restore, and then press ENTER.NOTE: A properly working registry has the word "Started" next to the date.

5.When you receive notification that you restored a properly working registry, press ENTER to restart your computer.
Cheers
peterm
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