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When I turn on my CP it brings to a screen that gives me the options of safe mode Safe mode with networking, safe mode with command prompt and start normally. Tried all of them and all it does is get me to where it starts loading up and kicks me back to that screen
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Are you sure there is not another option you can choose from like: ''go back to last succesfull startup''?
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Tried that, don't have xp pro boot disk. I was playing a game and I kicked the power cord and unpluged it. This happened when I turned It back on.
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Howdy:

You don't need a boot disk.. All you need is your XP cd.. Boot using the cd-rom with XP in it as the first boot device.. go into the Recovery Console and run the Repair Option!!

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OK tried that and it trys to read it but the monitor Only shows a Blinking cursor and after a minute or so it gos back to the screen with modes again.
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Found xp pro boot cd will this help. the blue screens options are setup win XP repair XP using recovery console or quit setup. Please help
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Repair using Recovery should do it!!

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