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Ctrl+Shift+Esc & end the personalised settings setting up thingee 2. Therefore, we need to find a bootup disk that actually boots into NTFS--if there is such a thing. Well, when it did reboot, the BIOS has the "Boot from CD: . . . ." message, which usually means press any key if you want to boot from CD. I know... his comment is here

The hard drive is still being scanned so I can not say what the problem is just yet. Why won't curl download this link when a browser will? Logging off!" This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. Go to the saved file and observe, at the last section of the file, the names and locations of files that have many fragments. check these guys out

If you do then try pressing that to see if the start menu comes up. Followed your instructions after the March 2015 update resulted in a black screen with "not genuine copy" logo. Helpful +4 Report Weed Mar 17, 2009 08:45AM PDUB, Thanks for the thorough response.

You are not ignorant. I was unable to fix it so I had to hit alt+F10 during bootup so I could reset my computer. Double click the exe to run it. If you desire to know why and how contig works, read the information given in the same page.

Upon doing this, the safe mode boot (after selecting Safe Mode and not Safe Mode with prompt or network) was to boot to welcome screen and now show two profiles - Yes I COULD see the C: drive, and yes I COULD navigate my way around the hard drive, BUT when it came to telling it to start the rstrUI.exe file (the I Need Help PLEASEEEEEEE HELP ASAAP Thank Youu :) Helpful +4 Report wazi Aug 17, 2009 03:06AM hmmm turns out it's a bad virus. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-security/personal-settings-wont-load-defaults-to-generic/b7ce850e-32c4-4eb1-94c1-821989ccf41a What happens when you try to USE it?

Does anyone have any tools to figure out this issue? –Sung May 17 '09 at 20:46 Uh, well... Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - . I read through some pages on the net where people had suggested a problem with Avast! (which I too had recently downloaded), so I unistalled that, but the problem persists. All are running XP Pro, all machines are less than 12 months old (one is only 2 weeks old!) Yesterday I had a call from a family member saying the pc

NB. have a peek here I also had a problem selecting to safe mode from the boot menu since my keyboard did not work and I was running into the BSOD (blue screen of death) after It takes a bit of practice so that the DOS prompt window does not run away, such that you can place the link of the contig file on the prompt. I know its stupid but I never shut my laptop down, I always hibernate it, which is what I did after many attempts to reconnect.

I heard this is possible. this content by fjord_fox / September 1, 2006 2:35 PM PDT In reply to: . Does it start good?, Then: Use your Windows disc to repartition and Format it... Is there anyway to recover them?

If you did not create those files, they are likely to be very important files that the system uses, unseen to you. share|improve this answer edited Sep 24 '12 at 11:27 HopelessN00b 44.6k1798168 answered Sep 20 '12 at 9:18 W.T. You can use a external box or device to read the HDD and get the data off that you want to keep. http://homeshareware.com/computer-cannot/computer-cannot-log-off-windows-7.html So I have nooooooooooooo idea mate.

If a user logs in at a remote site, across a WAN, with a roaming profile, it can take hours before their profile is loaded. –Aaron May 18 '09 at 13:21 by abstraqts / September 1, 2006 1:05 AM PDT In reply to: I sent you the wrong info, sorry - This should work (really) I hit F8 to get to the Is there a solution to this without re-installing Windows?Thanks.

Does that mean I get to open up a new topic for my own problem?

I have tried safe mode and everything else like that and it wont work. Any help is appreciated. You have to use the quotation marks in the command, as above. OR, you can directly use technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897428.aspx, if the link is functioning.

Came with our Dell computer when we bought it years ago, and we lost it last time we relocated. Wait an hour or two for this to be carried out. I have tried a repair install of XP but it did not fix the problem. check over here Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again.

It is not uncommon for that to happen. Your problem should be fixed. Just BE SURE to have it make the installation to THAT hard disk. Is it possible to do a system restore without being logged into an account?

What movie is this? Helpful +0 Report Travtech Computer Tech Mar 6, 2009 11:17PM I have seen this problem and it sounds like some kind of virus ,boot or Bios . You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.

Also, it is desirable that at least 25-30% of your hard drive is free space. Check other software that runs, especially auto-updaters and rollout utilities. You can try to "repair" your existing copy by booting from the Windows XP, pressing enter to install when ready. What's the name of style where GM assumes idiotic behaviour unless stated otherwise?

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