Ok well my sister and I were playing america's army when my internet crashed. So I restarted the modem and the ethernet light came on indicating that I got the internet to my computer now, but the usb did not, which is the cable running to the dell. So we restarted it and when we went to turn it back on it runs a blue screen really really fast so you can't even possibly read it. Then it goes to where you can select to go to safe mode or start windows normally or even start windows with last known good configuration. So I hit start windows normally, and it comes up with the windows xp logo with the little scrolling bar. But then it restarts. And I get this cycle, where it never boots up. I tried taking out the memory modules one at a time to see if it would boot with one of them, that didn't work. I took out the cmos battery and that didn't work. As far as I know all the cables should be good and secure. I removed the PCI graphics card and used the onboard video and that didn't do anything either. So I am really stuck to what to do here. I do have some stuff I need to get off there, so if it comes to the point that I can't get it to run, I will pop it into my computer and hopefully I can get my parents program they have to do their bills with backed up. So if any one has suggestions as to what could have happend that would be great. I guess if it involves much of a part change or something I am probably going to junk it. Specs, Dell Dimension E310 1gig of ram Geforce FX 5200 video card, has been crashing a few times lately, but I thought maybe it was graphics overeheating. 60gig HD Intel Pentium 4 3.06Ghz processor Well it would be great if anybody has any suggestions.