Computer won't start Windows XP

My computer suddenly wont start, it boots up but half way through loading windows it stops and restarts, I cant even get into safe mode it does the same. I haven't got a Windows XP CD. Help please!!!!!
Asked Nov 28, 2009
Edited Dec 04, 2009
If your computer is old,, you could check your BIOS config in case your onboard battery is dead. Reset the clock to the current date and fix any settings that could be wrong. Then if you are lucky your computer will boot normaly. If you then turn it off again it will loose all its current BIOS settings. Another common malfunction is the powersupply, if your computer has some exstra hard-disks cdroms or anything that takes exstra power, you could try to unplug that an see if it is able to boot without it.
Answered Dec 04, 2009
i have another BIGGER problem!! My PC is running welllll, but my monitor wont' start (blank screen after reading the ASUS motherboard and, i dont know, three beeps)..and STOP! that's that! I have read all (i think so) forums for this kind of problems but nothing, dust! it's my graphic card? my RAM memory? power suply (i dont think that this is THE problem..but wtf) ..or WHAT!?
i must mention - i have old old ASUS 256 ram and 1.7 ghz..and so....
but i must find the problem..i'm loosing my mind!!! i neeeeed this old one!

Any INFO is gooooood for me..i'll try..THANKS guys!!
Daxx Dec 28, 2009
Daxx, if you have your own problem, then post your own question. I won't help you with your problem until you do that. I know the solution too, so you may want to get on that.
Dude..reinstall Windows! dont don't bother!
Answered Dec 28, 2009
He said he doesn't have a Windows disc dude, your answer fails.
You'll need to take it to a computer repair shop of some sort and have them reinstall your operating system. This will erase all your data, but you can pay to have your data backed up. It's expensive, but it works.
Answered Dec 28, 2009
I am in agreement with Oni_Kami. If you don't have a Windows XP boot disc you will need to get your nearest computer service/repair shop to reinstall the Operating System. You will lose everything on the hard drive, however you can pay extra to have the majority of your data safely backed up.
I had the same issue when my Windows 7 laptop failed to get past its usual boot stage. There was nothing wrong with my BIOS settings.
Answered Jan 30, 2015
Follow these steps and your problem can be solved-

Use a Windows startup disk
Use Last Known Good Configuration
Use System Restore
Use Recovery Console
Fix a corrupt Boot.ini
Fix a corrupt partition boot sector
Fix a corrupt master boot record
Disable automatic restart
Restore from a backup
Perform an in-place upgrade
Answered Jan 29, 2016

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