I have been working with Windows XP with much personal stuff. Then I needed to upgrade my hardware. I bought new motherboard, new processor, etc.
I tried to keep up my old harddrive and my old Windows XP with all my personal stuff. After the hardware change Windows XP can now boot only in Safe Mode. I now installed in Safe Mode the new drivers for the new mainboard. But yet even with the new drivers installed, Windows does not boot in normal mode. During the Windows XP boot prozess comes the blue screen and booting is interrupted and computer restarts. Then I can boot again in safety mode only.
I guess the main problem is, that I changed not only the motherboard, but also the processor typ. I have changed from Intel to AMD. I guess this, causes Windows XP booting to stop. Is there a chance to tell Windows XP in Safety Mode, that the processor was changed? Maybe I can still try to make a Windows XP repair, with original Windows XP Installation disk. I did try this yet. I will let you know this.