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Windows XP Home Edition WILL NOT LOG IN HELP ME PLEASE ASAP!


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raheelk23

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Hi, I have a windows xp home ed. service pack 3 and the other day, my laptop froze completely. (Sidenote- I have an Asus 904 EEE Pc mini notebook with no cd drive)
I manually turned the power off, I have done this many times before but nothing went wrong but now, when I turn my pc on, it takes me to a black screen with the options safemode, safemode with networking, safemode with commmand, last known good config, and start windows normally. NONE OF THE ABOVE WORK!!! It will take to to the windows loading screen and then for a quick second, i see a blue screen and then the pc loops and goes back to the black screen. HOW DO I AT LEAST GET INTO SAFE MODE?

please i need help immediately, i would appreciate any help. thanks.
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exact same problem as me. check out my post.
http://www.geekstogo...en-t240191.html
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I dont have a cd drive on my notebook so I cant do the system recovery step.
I still need help please
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First create a bootable USB drive with UBCD on it. Follow this tut: http://www.pendrivel...m-a-usb-device/
Boot from the drive, and you should see this screen
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Choose Hard Disk tools, and look for Seatools For DOS. Launch that program, and run the diagnostics. Here is a tut for that: http://seagate.custk...sp?DocId=201271
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