Why my Windows XP Home Edition starts to go in safe mode and restart once again?

Whai my startup Windows XP family, go to safe mode and restart once again cannot installation

You can configure your computer Windows XP does not start on startup, so you can see the error code when it is blue screening.

Disabling the option of automatic reboot in Windows XP, go to control panel in Windows XP in a left click on start, followed by settings and then choose Control Panel.

  1. In the Control Panel window, open System.

    In the System Properties window, click the Advanced tab.

  2. Locate the Startup and recovery area, and click on the settings button.

  3. In the Startup and recovery window, find and uncheck the checkbox next to automatically restart.

  4. Click OK in the Startup and recovery window.

  5. Click OK in the System Properties window.

  6. Now when a problem causes a BSOD or other errors that crash the system, your computer will automatically restart. You will need to perform a manual restart.

Let us know if that helps.

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