Windows Xp Reset

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  1. 0racle

    0racle Well-Known Member

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    how can i completly reset my compuer if i dont have acces to it.
    i turn it on it gets to to windows XP screen and then resets it self
     
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    can you go into safe mode? obviously something is not configured right, so it gets confused and resets.
     
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    no safe mode is all ------ed up 2
     
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    try a repair install
     
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    a what?
     
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    Boot your XP disc in BIOS and use the repair.
     
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    did you try to reboot with F10 while its loadin up?
     
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    This exact thing happened to me last week actually. =/ Go into your BIOS and make sure the first priority to boot from is your hard drive and not anything else (mine was set to CD/DVD drive). I was then able to access safe mode and back up my files, but still no luck with running Windows. I just switched BIOS back to CD/DVD priority and ran my Alien Respawn to reformat it. =/
     
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    Well if u dont have important files on it the you could use a program called wipedrive to completley erase ur whole comp. Then reinstall windows. That is what I did with a comp I am selling and it runs like a new computer.
     
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    You could do a system restore. My dad did that with this computer and it runs well now.
     

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