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Old February 3rd 06, 12:20 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsme.software
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Default WINDOWS ME not loading problem

I have both windows ME as well as windows XP loaded into my PC.
I am not able to use my windows me but xp(professional) is working in
excellant condition.

The problem is that after selecting windows me during booting it shows only
a blue screen & nothing else.
Then i have to press ctrl+alt+delete to acess task manager & then reboot
again.

If u think u got my problem e-mail me at
 




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