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around the same time as i did when i started it normally. probably around 5 seconds
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Same timing in Safe Mode, or it gives you more time?
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yeah, same time. it acts the same in safe mode as it does in the normal mode.
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Well, you'll need to get Windows CD to run some repairs. It may be borrowed one, I see no other option.
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so i need a WINDOWS XP CD? one that comes with the computer to install windows xp on the system?
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Yeah, the CD, which says Windows XP, and has a hologram all over it. It must be same XP version as installed on your computer, and it has to have same service pack on it.
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