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See if your App appears there. You can use this info to look at suspect drivers/services. But I was willing to accept it ONLY because they offered a script, which, supposedly, does all the work for you. Once you've started in Safe Mode w/net can you do a restart and normal startup after disabling startup programs while in Safe Mode? have a peek at these guys

You should be able to look for entries that occurred during a hung startup after you restart in SAFE mode. Thanks. Thanks, T|-|[email protected] Report mouse- Jul 20, 2009 09:09AM this get rid of all you had install if you do the repairs as I know this..cause I have formated my hard drive Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. https://www.lifewire.com/how-to-disable-the-windows-xp-splash-screen-using-msconfig-2626116

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Sep 20, 2007 #21 ThuG_PoeT TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 20 Here is the ServiWin, the difference between the 1st & 2nd Normal Startup is that i changed the "Start Type" Mar 28, 2006 BSOD after splash screen when starting Windows XP SP2 May 26, 2011 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. For a safe mode startup: check SAFEBOOT and either minimal (normal safeboot) or network (safe w/networking) For normal startup, nothing should be checked Write down the time and type of startup This happens to me as well but never at a consistent rate.

Strange. If we are lucky to have a bonafide Microsoft XP CD (in your case the MCE one) we can perform what is called a XP REPAIR INSTALL. I used UBCD to find out what motherboard I have and it said:Vendor: HPProduct: 089CVersion: 31.36S/N: CND43501RHABCDEF I've also read a forum on Microsofts website with an individual that was having After doing a "repair install" twice, it did not correct the problem.

How'd it turn out? Skim through other entries in add/remove, do you recognize anything else (driver or program) that might be related to Alcohol? But it looks like others with experience with these specific tools, drivers, and problem may have a better footing on what might be the best fix. Or maybe just replace the file with your own version?

Go to the Boot.ini tab. It's freeware too. by R. Ask a question and give support.

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Please try the request again. have a peek at these guys I'm now trying recovery console and just did fixboot and fixmbr. Msconfig Means Some BIOS's will try to boot from such and you get a hang. -> If you are game, try removing USB from the bootable items list and retest.Sorry that you don't booted to safe mode, installed the drivers, and PC is now working great.

Sep 16, 2007 #6 ThuG_PoeT TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 20 lol ok i'm gonna say what's "my everything" means: - Tried all the "Startup options" and only two doesn't get More about the author Sep 17, 2007 #11 ThuG_PoeT TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 20 About the "ntbtlog.txt" since my pc gets stuck at the splash screen when i restart in safe mode the "ntbtlog.txt" This will result in a slightly faster boot time. Note: Windows XP will continue to boot in this manner until the System Configuration Utility is configured to again boot normally. After i selected this option, windows loaded normally, up untill after the windows logo, after which the screen became blank (Black).

The only way I resolved the problem was by installing a pre SP2 version of the OS. click the view tab and tell it to show hidden files and folders. If not, look in ADD/Remove programs. http://liveterrain.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-slow-boot-after-splash-screen.php I don’t need it that bad.

aford10Dec 6, 2010, 11:27 PM If it's a laptop, it doesn't have a power supply. Note the backup device doesn’t always need be the size of what you’re backing up A 250GB HDD doesn’t mean you must have a 250GB backup device. Any memorabalia?

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The pc could be started in safe mode. References (1) National Instruments: How Do I Change The Boot Screen on my XP Embedded Touch Panel? If one was to corrupt the XP registry it would be a sign of failing hardware or some pest.I don't have a good clue to point to this as the issue.-> aford10Dec 3, 2010, 5:18 AM You create a bootable disc, and it'll test your RAM.http://www.memtest86.com/You should let it run for several hours.

Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? But don’t spend lots and lots of time trying to make this happen. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. news I have a new HP Pavilion desktop PC that has Media Center 2005 installed with all updates from Microsoft.

I didn't delete PfModNT. then it puts me into Seatools command prompt.