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November 19, 2010 6:30:27 AM

Hello,

I'm new on this forum and hope that somebody can give me some help with my boot problem. I'm working with XP pro. I've disabled some startup executables by using a software "Absolute Uninstaller" because I thought these programs were slowing down my PC. After rebooting I arrived the screen with the windows logo but then there is a flash of the fameous blue screen and the pc reboots. Is there a software or a way to work around this problem and to correct my startupfiles. And which files do i have to look after to change the boot sequence? I've already tried the safe mode but in vain. I can see my HD when i start from a boot cd.
Thanks for any help.

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November 19, 2010 1:50:02 PM

You disabled your startup executable by using absolute uninstaller?
Don't do that.
You take an XP install CD and do a repair install of the operating system
the directions are posted in this forum, fourth post from the top
Then once it works again, you should back up your personal files.
Programs downloaded free are not recommended.
November 23, 2010 6:45:16 AM

soundguruman said:
You disabled your startup executable by using absolute uninstaller?
Don't do that.
You take an XP install CD and do a repair install of the operating system
the directions are posted in this forum, fourth post from the top
Then once it works again, you should back up your personal files.
Programs downloaded free are not recommended.

Thank you for the reply but I've allready formatted my HD and installed everything again. It's a good lesson. Thanks anyway!!
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