Windows XP (Home Edition) not starting



Dele
07-09-2005, 11:12 PM
Hello,

Please I need your help, two days ago I downloaded an upgrade for EasyCD 7th
edition, it asked to restart the computer and I click yes, and the computer
shows " We apologize for the inconvenience, but windows did not start
successfully, recent hardware change might have caused this." Now, I I've
tried to restart from safe mode and all the other options it did not work, I
tried f8 and all those options too nothing works and the worst of the matter
is; this is OEM I have no restore CD.

Please kindly help me to open windows XP home edition.

Thanks for your great help.
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EJC

River_Rat
07-09-2005, 11:12 PM
Some computer manufactures do not supply restore CD's but install a hidden
restore partition.
On this hidden partition you will have the option to restore or repair.
Please supply the computer make & model.
You can contact the manufacture for the restore CD's.

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Good Day
River Rat




"Dele" <Dele@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:6B7C211E-7DCA-489D-A150-DB3DC28B06F4@microsoft.com...
Hello,

Please I need your help, two days ago I downloaded an upgrade for EasyCD 7th
edition, it asked to restart the computer and I click yes, and the computer
shows " We apologize for the inconvenience, but windows did not start
successfully, recent hardware change might have caused this." Now, I I've
tried to restart from safe mode and all the other options it did not work, I
tried f8 and all those options too nothing works and the worst of the matter
is; this is OEM I have no restore CD.

Please kindly help me to open windows XP home edition.

Thanks for your great help.
--
EJC


Windows XP (Home Edition) not starting