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BIOS time and date set properly and now no longer starting up

Last response: in Windows XP
February 14, 2014 5:46:24 AM

I've just fixed my computers date and time to be in sync with actual time and date, It is a RM one old school style computer and we'e tried everything in the advance options to crashing it. There is no restore factory settings in the advance options neither a repair setting, Once i had fixed the time and date as it was going fast, then slow, it seemed to stop working it gets to the windows xp loading screen with the bar going across then rebooting itself. I don't have a clue what to do. If anyone knows how to fix this problem i'd be so grateful

February 14, 2014 7:22:19 AM

Boot off an XP disk and run a Repair setup, although this could be a hardware issue with the hard drive, motherboard, ram or even power supply.
If the Repair setup does not fix it, you need to start going though the parts and swapping them out for good ones till it does work.
Often for older systems you are just better off buying a new or used system instead of repairing yours.
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