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XP stuck on windows xp splash screen on start up

by Adam attewell / January 31, 2006 8:27 AM PST

Hi all I started up my system today and on the windows splash screen (the page on start up that shoes the WINXP logo and the blue scrolling bar below) The blue scrolling bar was stuck in one place and stayed there for a good 2 hours so I restarted and was greeted by the infamous

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