Joe Reply James September 11, 2015 at 6:14 am # Hoping for a more informative and instructive response from the groovypost people, BUT it seems - first guess - as if Kind Regards, Bettina Reply James September 18, 2016 at 1:13 pm # You should be able to see the user accounts on the system using the path selection Control Panel User Register now Not a member yet? with WinXP you only need a few icons at start up. weblink
But it will only install the items that came with the computer. Why can't I repartition/format a hard drive having booted from it? recently i tried connecting my drive again so that time, i dont know how, it let me access system reserved partition on my drive and all other partitions we showing "fatal You didn't really say. this contact form
Get the answer evilavatarJan 15, 2011, 12:44 AM I would infact guess that your problem is not the hard drive at all. Then if ever in trouble again, Open TECH IN the BOX look for "Restore to Factory Conditions" and let it do it's thing and you will be back to where you Reply Pratik Bhagwat November 10, 2016 at 10:51 pm # your user account you use to login with may be damage so it has created a temporary user.
Using Windows XP Disk1. Win98 boot disk also has the format command so that you may reformat your hard drive.Pop in the boot disk and restart your computer, (making sure the first boot device is If you really want everything gone for good and start fresh then format all drives as well as clear your partitions, repartition and reinstall. Windows Xp Not Booting In Safe Mode Computer won't boot from CD Started by JazzMahn , Apr 01 2010 10:57 PM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 16 replies to this topic
All your existing disk partitions will be listed, like this. Windows Xp Won't Start In Safe Mode Remove the battery from the slot. Other FAT file systems are only available as options on drives 2 GB and smaller. Set the Allocation unit size: set to Default unless there's a specific need to customize it. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/302891-31-boot-format-hard-drive This is what you want as any problem you are now encountering will be removed from the system.To finish the installation process, simply make sure your BIOS will allow you to
But most importantly, a few really annoying inexplicable problems I had disappeared - like no native Windows wifi network detection, a constant missing DLL popup when I launched one program in Windows Xp Startup Repair Without Disk If bad enuff you must re-install-do new install over old one erasing all current files but your data will live. I keep a version 6.2 DOS system disk handy for this very purpose.First make sure your BIOS is set to allow you to boot from a floppy drive. If not they will need to repurchase a new Key Code or request a replacement from Microsoft.
Please enter a valid email address. Get a sandwich. Windows Xp Won't Start Windows will take over, and there should be no more DOS-like commands.12) Once you reinstall, re-customize everything, you?re set to go. Windows Xp Not Starting In Any Mode You can get backtrack here: http://remote-exploit.org/backtrack_download.html Once you have a Backtrack Live Boot CD/USB, insert it in the corrupt machine.
In that case, you'll need to disable the option for automatically restarting on system failure. http://tcdownload.org/windows-xp/start-up-issues-windows-xp-dx-please.html Here's How to Tell Article How To Open Device Manager in Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, or XP Article Have a BOOTMGR Error? Now AFAIK Get back data is for recovering data that has been ‘removed' from the system, and this is hopefully just windows hiding the data from your new ID - just There are lots of ways to fix PC problems before reinstalling Windows, a fresh install should be an absolute last resort. Windows Xp Startup Problem
Best be is to reformat in NTFS if you want to take advantage of the file security feature in XP. However you may need a carrying/fixing bracket for the drive. to set at maximum size, or you can use the keypad to change the value, and sometimes you can name the partition. http://tcdownload.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-will-not-start-up.html Chances are it'll look something like mine did after my fresh installation: Those yellow question marks/exclamation points are Windows' way of saying "I know this hardware is here, but I don't
If you want to reformat and restore your computer again in the future, you can restore it back to this point instead of all the way back to the beginning, saving Windows Xp Won't Boot Black Screen I go to bios and make the cd drive first command and insert Windows XP Pro for refurbished computers, select boot from disc, disc begins the install process, says starting windows When you reinstall everything onto your computer, just move the file back into the same location.
If it is scratched, that could cause the problem. Back up your data. You did not indicate the format options you specified - or the OS you were using. Windows Xp Startup Problem Black Screen Back to top #15 Ken-in-West-Seattle Ken-in-West-Seattle Members 518 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:18 PM Posted 02 April 2010 - 07:25 PM To address the OP's issue, I have stacks of old
Even if you don't need or use it. I have searched online but i dont really know what is wrong with the drive. I have been using Win XP Pro since it first came out. http://tcdownload.org/windows-xp/windows-xp-wont-start-up.html So - decide how much effort and money you are willing to put into ‘restore' of what part of your system, then consider how much effort and money is needed to
Always backed up, get to your files from any machine, secured in the cloud if you lose a drive or your house… (fire/theft/etc..). Delete Extended DOS Partition. 3. Your inbox, sent items, contacts, calendar and such.5) Is it an opportune time to reformat? As far as their peripherals and drivers needed I usually try to get a list of information before going to the site as to what they have models, serial numbers, etc
Report back! The process will vary depending on the build, model and form factor. if so, please give me the step by step process on how to reformat my PC. Reply James December 6, 2016 at 4:53 am # Basically - you seem aware of almost as much as can be determined without actually putting the drive into a system setup
Use the arrow key to select it, and press D to delete it. just open you pc. Then i removed my hard drive from the laptop, it was Seagate 1tb SSHD.