[QUOTE]We appolodize for the inconvinience, but Windows did not start successfully. A recent hardware or software change may have caused this.
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safe mode with network
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seconds till windows restarts 30...[/QUOTE]
Now using any of these options restarts the boot process only to bring me back to the screen above. I would not admit defeat, so I busted out the recovery disk and hit any key to boot from disk. The disk started loading the windows components but, when it gets to the blue screen with
[/QUOTE]SET UP IS STARTING WINDOWS[QUOTE]
I waited like a half hour for it to do something passed that and NOTHING. I am totally stumped. The system seems to be recognizing the HD. I know the CD drive is responding because its laoding the windows components. Its time to call in the cavalry, The bug indians have this Custer surrounded. I will be happy to supply any relevant info you need, PLEASE HELP