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XP repeatedly restarts

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The XP splash screen will be displayed for a few moments then a blue error screen flashes for less than a second (not enough time to read the error) then the computer will reboot.

Let me give you the backround on this problem.
About a week ago my girlfriend pulled out the power plug from her laptop. OOOPS
This has been hapening since.
Its an Hp With 1.2 Intell Celeron I think (the bios wont tell me) 256 ram 30 gig hd
When the system starts It will ask if I want to start in safe mode, Run normaly or use last known good config. I does the same thing with all of these options.
Is there a way to stop the reboot so I can See the error screen long enough to see it.
Has any one heard of a way to do this. I tried to do some research on Technet, but no luck.
Can anyone help????? Its driving me nuckin futs........
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