Re: Black Startup Screen in XP
Agreed, but one added step. Boot.ini is typically in the root of your C drive or whatever your primary drive letter may be. Copy the boot.ini file to another directory and write down where you put the copy before you edit it. If for some reason you make an error you can replace it in the recovery console. Be sure and save the boot.ini after deleting the line.
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