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wixpn won't allow for left/right clicks no startup menu


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sys seems to boot ok, display WELCOME and user nemes, clicked on users name, sys display setting msg, then logs off. There's no startup menu, no desktop icons and will not accept left/right clicks just logs off and then display WELCOME msg again.
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Did you try Safe Mode?
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reboot with F8 for safe mode clicked SAFE MODE then rebooted same thing
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I don't understand. Did you actually boot successfully into Safe Mode?
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I powered off, then powered up and hit F8 until screen showed the options, selected the top option SAFE Boot clicked on it a display of all files? was displayed then the win logoff was displayed with the startup msg then the user selected option displayed I selected my user Id then it displayed loading my settings, then it displayed saving my settings and log off msg with the turn off msg. I rebooted and started again the same msg's displayed and log off msg displayed again.
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Do you have Windows XP CD?
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yes Ihave the orignal CD withservice pack 1 I don't have service packs 2 or 3 as these were updated by microsoft online I don't have the resg. nub.

Edited by dan6240, 01 January 2009 - 12:32 PM.

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You'll need to slipstream SP3: http://www.theelderg...ed_xpsp3_cd.htm, and then try Windows repair: http://www.michaelst...pairinstall.htm
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Just how do I do that? The system (win xp) wont start, no internet conect, no DOS acess, no nothing!
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You're using some other computer, aren't you?
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Yes I am, a laptop no cd burner, no floppy
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You'll have to ask a friend, or family member to burn that CD for you. I see no other option. You need some tool to work with.
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