Windows XP is in recovery

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My computer is turn on. But the monitor is not allowing me to arrow down or tab to the next line could that be the key broad?

On the monitor is stated recovery could it be the connection?

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Windows XP is in recovery

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Hello Anonymous,

I may not understanding your questions or probably I misunderstand it. You mention that your monitor is at stated recovery and won't allow you to arrow down or tab to the next line, right? A possible problem with this is the keyboard, yes you are right, possible problem is the keyboard itself.

What you need to try is to press the Caps Lock and or the Number Lock and observed if the LED will lit up. This will indicate that the keyboard is functioning or not. Second possible problem is the connection, could be the wire from Central Processing Unit to your keyboard might need to tighten up the connection. A simple check of the wires at the back will definitely give us possible solutions.

And by the way, please expand your question if possible so we can get a better understanding of this question. Thank you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #79674

Windows XP is in recovery

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Hi Anonymous, The question is tough to understand but I think you mention that when you are on recovery stated you won’t allow down or to move to the next tab. Most probably the problem is in your keyboard. So to complete your windows XP recovery follows two rules. One is check everything on keyboard. Press Caps Lock or NUM Lock then see whether the LED light lit up or not. If lit up then its fine. Then the Second way is to check the wire or cable from Central Processing Unit to your keyboard is perfectly connected or not. And it is also important to ensure that you are using the new CD/DVD. Cause sometime the windows XP CD/DVD could be wrong. So also check it to another PC whether the software CD/DVD is correct or not. Though your question is not perfectly posted so could help u more if perfectly posted. Thank you.

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