Windows XP will only boot in safe mode

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I really do not understand how this could happen.  My Windows XP would run normally after I boot it up in safe mode and run chkdsk.  After it finds out that there are no errors, it would boot.  However, if I boot it up normally, the system would hang.  What should I do? Can anybody figure out how this could happen?

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Windows XP will only boot in safe mode

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Hi,
 
When the computer goes into safe mode, none of the applications would be loaded, it will only be the programs and services needed by Windows to boot and function at a minimal level. If the computer doesn’t boot into normal Windows, it most likely is caused by one of your applications. Try and go to safe mode again and disable all your startup items and non-Microsoft services and see if it would boot normally. If not, try and do system restore back to a date when it worked. If that doesn’t help, backup your files then reinstall your operating system.
 
Thank you. Hope it helps.
 
Clair june
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Windows XP will only boot in safe mode

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There is some program in your computer that executes at the start when you load the windows and it causes to hang the computer. there could be a virus program or some registry program. So you need to find that program and make sure this is deleted form your system. There is a software that starts on running the windows and you need to disable that program. You can check the task manager for this purpose and you need to find that program. Check for the latest update you make on your computer and uninstall the software that you installed earlier. Also you if there is some recovery point saved on your computer then you can do the recovery point and go to configure your system. I am sure that you will be able to solve your problem.

 

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