by chippyrcr43 / October 12, 2007 1:36 PM PDT In reply to: "Improperly Dismounted Volume" Thanks for your help! Note: this will not fix the boot error you are experiencing in and of itself, but should provide more information that may prove critical in solving the underlying problem. EasyRE will begin the process of restoring your system configuration to the state it was in at the date that was selected. Here's what I've tried: - I've tried using the windows xp cd to repair the system. this contact form
So what I gather from this is that my computer was trying to use the Ati driver for my 3870, but I had taken the actual card out. last known configuration and safe mode dont seem to work but I may have not done them correctly; im no computer whiz. Note The procedure described in this section assumes that you are running your computer with the FAT32 file system. Do get back with me if you get the problem fixed using this first suggestion, so I'm not waiting around for you.
So I did that and voila! I'm not sure how old my computer is, but it is definitely at least four years old. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices SearchEnterpriseDesktop Search the TechTarget Network Sign-up now. It would be interesting to compare ratings for the 'restore cd' versus another cd.
then restart your computer. On the Tools menu, click Folder options. You may have to click Details on the View menu to see when these folders were created. Computer Keeps Restarting At Startup choose safe mode from here.
Now your windows will be able to boot up by itself.. THE RESART PROBLEM IS SOLVED. Leaves messed up, missing or currupted system files. http://searchenterprisedesktop.techtarget.com/Steps-for-solving-the-reboot-loop-problem If test has failures, and if you have more than 1 memory module, then you can adjust the address range to isolate the problem to one of the modules.
Thanks Report patlyn- Mar 11, 2010 at 07:34 PM Steve, are you talking about System Recovery? (On Windows XP Home Edition? Windows Xp Keeps Restarting Direct link to obtain memtest86+: http://www.memtest.org/ . Insert your Windows installation DVD into your PC's CD-ROM drive, Fully power down your PC, and make sure it has fully shut off, Power up your PC, Press any key when I was also wondering if I could Raid the drives, but I don't have any experience in that.
If I could save the data on the hard drive, that would be great, but at this point I just want the thing to be functional.Any help? However…I am going to proceed just as Bitpsycobyte has recommended above; I will run Hiren's Boot CD on it, as a second diagnostic of the hard drive. Windows Xp Reboot Loop The "endless reboot loop" error should now be fixed as your PC begins to load: Download Easy Recovery Essentials. Windows Xp Restarting Again And Again (solved) Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 SuB-ZeD SuB-ZeD Topic Starter Members 49 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:09 AM Posted 09 January 2010
Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and weblink My aunt suggested pulling out one of the RAM sticks too, though my uncle suggested that I buy a new computer altogether. 08-13-2009, 02:07 AM #12 HCP Registered Member I have a Windows-based computer stuck in an infinite reboot loop. i cant remember exactly what it said but it gave me 1 minute before it would auto-shutdown my computer. Windows Xp Infinite Boot Loop
Start Download Corporate E-mail Address: You forgot to provide an Email Address. At "Start" -> "Computer" --> right click on "Properties", and then tap "Advanced system settings".i hope your problem is solved otherwise you also try this link any moor information about this So I finally opened the box and decided to change the IDE cable and surprise, surprise, it worked. http://howtoblog.org/windows-xp/os-does-not-load-after-windows-xp-logo.html One remaining test has limitations.
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Login SearchEnterpriseDesktop SearchVirtualDesktop SearchWindowsServer SearchExchange Topic Microsoft Windows XP Pro Windows desktop operating systems View All Alternative operating systems Windows 10 Microsoft Windows 7 operating system Windows 8 Microsoft Windows Vista Reply to DaveByers 22 answers Last reply Oct 28, 2016 More about computer restarting load windows covertxt5Feb 10, 2009, 4:30 AM have you added or updated any hardware? Tell it to continue. Computer Keeps Restarting Before Windows Loads I can confirm that even after you use above settings to make the BSOD appear so at least you know what you fight against; you will still use Google or any
Check mark your boot drive to run the 'file structure test' or more. Before you start this procedure, you must change several settings to make the folder visible: Start Windows Explorer. I will dig more on the error reported by BSOD but I doubt it will help clear this out, as each time I had to deal with them I had to http://howtoblog.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-keeps-rebooting.html Link to Guides & Solved Issue in a sub-forum @TS is a wealth of info from reloading XP to basic troubleshooting.
with each i got the same error: my computer would come to that black screen i just describe above, then no matter what i picked it would go to the windows It may also display a message like Internal Power Error, with similar problems. There is also another way to fix this, easier indeed but it implies losing some data. It should tell you that the boot file is replaced.
Back to top #6 SuB-ZeD SuB-ZeD Topic Starter Members 49 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:09 AM Posted 10 January 2010 - 12:27 PM Alright, I've found the .dmp file path. If anyone knows if Raiding them would fix it, I would appreciate it. it seemed to install the update fine but after I restarted my computer I couldnt seem to get to my desktop. Thanks, any advice will be helpful.
On Hiren's, the current CD contains over 330 tools and, to me, is an issue in itself. I have an intel pentium 4 desktop computer. Now, my files are gone and I can't do the System Restore neither the System Recovery so I also need help.