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Old 06-25-2007, 06:58 AM   #1
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Default F8 won't start my computer.

Hi guys, I've been experimenting with my computer because it's slowing down etc, so I go into task manager and the cpu is running at 100%, reading the old threads on this forum I do the defrag's the clean disk Ad-Ware etc but it only helps for a while, I have an old machine it has Xp pro Sp 1 on it, I cant download patches for it as I'am not the administrator, the program is legit, its a machine I got of my daughters recruting business, 2 years down the track I've relized that you need a password to do certian things on it, normally to use the computer you just press ctrl alt del and enter and away you go anyway when I reboot the machine and @ f8 safemode debug mode or any other service that is displayed on the screen they all stop at
multi(0)disk(0)rdisk(0)partition(1)\windows\system 32\drivers\mup.sys
I've tried all combinations to re start at f8 and all the installations stop at this point, whats the problem what have I done?
ps how do you do a snap shot of the screen?

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Old 06-25-2007, 07:05 AM   #2
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Default Re: F8 won't start my computer.

???????? u want to get into safemode ????????

on my mates computer its F4
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