It has a repair option that may help.
What? You write in the other post " I do not have a reboot disk. I have moved and it has been lost. " Sadly, you need the OS CD to affect repairs.
I posted this in the computer help forum and was told to maybe try this forum because it may be an XP problem. I have a Dell 4300 desktop with a problem. I am running XP Home. I just moved and before I started everything up I wanted to run the new beta spyware software from Microsoft. I downloaded it fine and ran it. After it ran I went to restart it and from there the problem started. When I turn it on now, it gets to the XP screen and goes into a seperate screen that says "checking file system on c: The type of the file system is fat32. It also says if I want to bypass this check hit any key. If I do hit another key it just sets there and does nothing. If I let it countdown it stops at 6 seconds and still does nothing. Is there anything I can do to take care of this problem. I also tried to go into safe mode but the screen just stays black and nothing happens. Thanks for any help.