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Help. I reformatted my Hard drive yesterday and then re-installed XP and everything loaded fine so I installed all of my programs that i use regurlarly and then rebooted everything was fine. Then I installed Longhorn Transformation pack 10 and rebooted a few times and everything was still fine but I have a problem with my hard drive and I need SP1 installed or my computer messes up so i then installed SP1 and it then asked me if i wanted to replace the system files with the newer system files from SP1, but if I do this it messes up Longhorn Transformation pack 10 and the icons mess up and it just looks silly, so I clicked no, twice, and then it fully installed and said do you wish to reboot, so I rebooted and then the bios came on and loaded fine then when it says windows is loading:
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Although mine looks differnet because of the longhorn transformation pack.
But anyway it cam to that screen and then all of a sudden the monitor went off and came back on again in dos, so i let it load again and the same happened so I then pressed F8 and then when it loaded the screen I tried loading the most recent settings that worked but the same happened so i let it load again pressing F8 and then selected safe mode but still the same. I really don't want to reformat and re-install XP again.
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