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It normally means your
  • system was not shut down properly
  • system crashed
  • program crashed causing system to lockup


Normally you click on the Start windows Normally and the system restarts with no problem.

Edited by rshaffer61, 28 August 2010 - 03:47 PM.

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I tried that but then it tries to start-up again and goes back to the black screen.
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Using your Arrow Keys go up to the line that says Last Known Good Configuration and highlight it. Then click Enter. Does the system start then?
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I gave that a try and it keeps going back to the same screen after it goes to the screen that says microsoft and has a blue light going from left to right like the light on night rider lol.
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Hmm seems your OS is doinked then.
Do you have a XP installation disk? We can attempt a repair installation then.
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I may have one but I'd have to do some digging.
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It needs ot be the same as what you have on your system...Home, Media or Pro
We can then do the Repair installation with it. This will not delete any of your data but hopefully fix whatever is messed up with your OS.
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