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Windows XP Startup Menu does not start up!


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Iron-Wolf

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Everytime I try to restart the computer, the Windows XP Menu Screen does not load up. I think this is due to downloading something from a P2P client known as, LimeWire, or a crack site off the internet. My computer lets me boot into Safe Mode, but not in the Original Mode. I went into Safe Mode and did a Spyware, Ad-Ware, and Registry scan. Then I tried to load up in the Original Mode, but it still did not load up. What can I do to make the Menu Screen for the Original Mode load up on my Windows XP computer?

:tazz: :) :)

Edited by Iron-Wolf, 24 November 2005 - 06:38 PM.

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Hi,

try using a restore point when in safe mode, start>programs>accessories>system tools>system restore

follow the instructions and select a date that was before you downloaded the software, this could fix your problem and it won't harm any of your personel data or settings.

Rick
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Hmm.. Thank you for the support. I really appreciate it. :tazz:

But, I just reformated my computer instead. :)
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