Resolve issue of Windows® XP® hanging during boot up process
What are the various reasons when Windows XP hangs during boot up process? What are the tips to fix this issue?
Windows XP is an extremely popular OS. But it may not boot properly due to several reasons. If the system file is corrupted or any important system file is missing, the start up problem may occur. System configuration is a tool which helps to identify and resolve problems by preventing unwanted software when Windows is started. Due to the hardware failure, Windows XP would be failed to start. Windows XP operating system includes certain attractive features that makes more attractive to this Operating System. You can use safe mode to temporarily disable programs that start themselves when Windows starts. Install a powerful antivirus program to remove the virus from the system. The system files are usually damaged by harmful virus.
Following are the issue of Windows XP hanging during the boot up process, its cause and tips to fix such issues:
- Tips to resolve the issues
If the Windows XP hangs during the boot up process, then you might not get the access of the menu display and the taskbar. You may not get the access of application inside the program. That is if the system hangs on the booting process, you cannot start the system. The computer stops responding to the applications when trying to booting up the system.
If the hardware failure happens, it leads the Operating System hangs on boot up process. Due to the system file corruption or the missing of the important system file also makes issues in boot up process. The RAM memory problem is also one of the problems that hang on the boot up process. If Windows XP is installed on a drive or a partition to which Windows XP might not gain access with basic input and output, the Operating system would cause the booting process to hang. If the display adapter is not properly set, it can also be one of the cause.
You may use Memory Diagnostics Tool to detect the errors. To do the booting process in your system, requires 'scsi()' or 'signature()' syntax. To initialize and interrogate the boot controllers in your computer, 'Ntldr' loads an additional device driver (Ntbootdd.sys). It also checks the registry problem. Windows registry cleaner can be used to clean the registry.