XP Boot problem
I'm running XP home on my AMD 64, and it has been running fine for a few months now. Then I decided to turn off the computer by just pressing the power button as opposed to start shut down. I don't really know why I did this, the problem is when I try to start it up, it loads a screen saying "You have shut off Windows incorrectly" and displays 5 options:
Safe Mode w/ Command Prompt
Safe Mode w/ Network
Last known working setup
If I choose any of the safe modes, it will display several lines of commands and the computer will restart. If I choose either of the other two, it will load the XP logo for a second, then load a blue screen that I am unable to read because immediatly after that the computer restarts. I have also tried going into bios and trying fail safe load, which did not help.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
EDIT: Problem fixed by using the repair function of the XP cd and running chkdisc.
Last edited by Dragono; 12-08-2005 at 10:49 PM.
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