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[HELP&URGENT] Freeze at "Windows is starting" screen


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LoonZZz

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~Stop responding when windows is loading until the blue screen "Windows is starting..."

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~Windows XP SP2.
~C: drive is full now.
~Tried "safe mode" and "last known good configuration", but failed.
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~C: drive is full now.

Most likely reason for your problem.

You have to slave the drive in another computer, or use USB hard drive enclosure to free some space.
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