Windows Error Problem

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Please help me. I have Windows XP in my HP Pavillion a422n (Pentium 1V). When I turned on computer there was a message on the screen that said:"Due to disconnecting abruptly using power surge set up" ' Start Windows Normally'; 'Start in Safe Mode' ;'Start Mode with Networking'; 'Start with Command Prompt. I searched for a way to fix this by doing a System Recovery of all files on hard drive according to directions on HP Support. I recovered the originals files but now have a message when I turn on computer which says: "Hardware Monitor found an error": Enter Power Setup for details. I then clicked on F5 likes it says, but once in there, I don't know what to click on next.

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Hello Santemplar,
in the Power Setup functions you should check how the power management is configured. You should have things like “recover last power state” or similar things. At this moment in order to have that message cleared try and disable the Power Management or see if there is something that may clear errors.

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  • Santemplar
    Hi Alessandro, I did like you said but, to no avail, there was not any phrase like the ones you described. The only words that came close were Award Bios Setup Utility after PC power failure (this feature is Off).. Please give me more suggestions. Every time I boot up a black screen appears with the message "Due to disconnecting abruptly...etc..". I am however able to bypass this by clicking F2 which brings me into Windows XP; but that is annoying.
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