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How Do I Force Windows XP to "Start Windows normally"

How can I force Windows XP to "Start Windows normally" or reduce the 30s timeout to 0s after a ungracefull shutdown?
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MereteCommented:
hmm
r/click my computer properties advanced
start up and recovery
settings
time to display etc
look further down disable auto restart if you want to see the BSOD.

With hard shutdown issues don't mess with the system settings  it's already unstable and may cause more problems if windows is forced to ignore the bug checks and or DR Watson checks.
It's these tools that provides the events.
So what's actually happeing?
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Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
Merete gave you the direct answer; but, the real question is why isn't Windoze starting correctly?
Look in the Event Viewer (right-click My Computer, left-click Manage) to see what is failing (red-X's)  The System and Applications Events are most important.
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abeggledAuthor Commented:
Thanks, everything went fine :-)
The ungracefull shutdown come from a EWF filtered volume on a normal WinXP ...
Regards Daniel
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abeggledAuthor Commented:
The ungracefull shutdown come from a EWF filtered volume on a normal WinXP.
So there there is no real problem on this installation to check with eventvwr.
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MereteCommented:
Thank you glad to hear it.
Best Merete
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