From: Petert on
Hi,

I have a Del netbook which is loaded with Windows XP. I've not had
need to use the netbook for about a fortnight and on trying to boot it
up today I find that I cannot get past the boot screen ( the screen
that has the MS Flag and the words "Microsoft Windows XP" and below
these a scroll bar).

The scroll bar is constantly scrolling from left to right, as it
always does, but for reasons best known to the netbook, this is as far
as it gets. The mouse is not yet visible

Any suggestions as to what the problem(s) mey be would be much
appreciated

--
Cheers

Peter
From: Mark Adams on


"Petert" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have a Del netbook which is loaded with Windows XP. I've not had
> need to use the netbook for about a fortnight and on trying to boot it
> up today I find that I cannot get past the boot screen ( the screen
> that has the MS Flag and the words "Microsoft Windows XP" and below
> these a scroll bar).
>
> The scroll bar is constantly scrolling from left to right, as it
> always does, but for reasons best known to the netbook, this is as far
> as it gets. The mouse is not yet visible
>
> Any suggestions as to what the problem(s) mey be would be much
> appreciated
>
> --
> Cheers
>
> Peter
> .
>

Restart in Safe Mode and do a System Restore.
From: Adam Rizvi on
Have you inserted any new USB devices or left any USB devices not normally
plugged in, into one of your USB ports?


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"Petert" <peter.thomas(a)brightchro.me.uk> wrote in message
news:2aklu55tsa1f499ejq8t0dpjnbr2l9r6uj(a)4ax.com...
> Hi,
>
> I have a Del netbook which is loaded with Windows XP. I've not had
> need to use the netbook for about a fortnight and on trying to boot it
> up today I find that I cannot get past the boot screen ( the screen
> that has the MS Flag and the words "Microsoft Windows XP" and below
> these a scroll bar).
>
> The scroll bar is constantly scrolling from left to right, as it
> always does, but for reasons best known to the netbook, this is as far
> as it gets. The mouse is not yet visible
>
> Any suggestions as to what the problem(s) mey be would be much
> appreciated
>
> --
> Cheers
>
> Peter


From: Jim on
On Sat, 5 Jun 2010 20:14:38 +0100, "Adam Rizvi"
<adam(a)clickstartcomputers.co.uk> wrote:

>
>Have you inserted any new USB devices or left any USB devices not normally
>plugged in, into one of your USB ports?


Have you inserted any new USB devices or left any USB devices not
normally
plugged in, into one of your USB ports?


--


Yours sincerely

Adam
Director


Click Start Computers - " Complete IT Solutions "
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of the
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the
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delete
this message. Although this e-mail and any attachments are believed to
be
free of any virus, or other defect which might affect any computer or
system
into which they are received and opened, it is the responsibility of
the
recipient to ensure that they are virus free and no responsibility is
accepted by Click Start Computers for any loss or damage from receipt
or use
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