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Intermittently After Startup the PC Reboots Automatically

Intermittently - After Startup the PC Reboots Automatically..!!!

Current T310 Configuration; RAM 1Gb,
OS; Win XP Professional - Licensed
AV; Norton AV 2008 - Licensed

Softwares; Office 2003, Adobe Acrobat Professional 8, Yahoo Messanger, Nero burning ROM etc.

Please HELP to resolve the problem
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Jaidoha@yahoo.com My PC reboots intermittently, whenever i run a program or attach any external hardware. please advise.

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Remove ur pc all conected hard wear items. vga,ram.hdd.cd rom and a nother hard weare items.
cleen ur mother bord & cards.dust &moisthur
replace a newe battry(cr2032)
replace ur hdd ide cabels.& ree asemble ur pc
try to ree boot ur system.
its not ok,
change ur ram card vga card an external divice some time s that divice makea short or leakadge.
and try to ree boot.ur not done
re format ur system and install ur softwear 100% ok ur pc
thanku.

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Did you do something that come up to that problem? Or does the problem just occur?

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How do I repair a system that boots to the Windows 7 logo and then reboots itself a second time?


I agree (in part) with "map9966's" answer, but instead of trying to blindly load the "last known good configuration", You really should try the Windows Startup Repair option. This option should also be located in the "safe mode" menu, which again access by repeatedly pressing F8 right after turning on the PC. Once you get to the menu stop pressing F8.

Using the arrow keys on your keyboard, highlight the choice which reads (something to the effect of) "startup repair". The PC then *should* "boot" to the start up repair mode. This mode is an automatic utility, and can take anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the speed of your PC, the severity of file system damage and the underlying cause of your start-up loop. Let the utility finish, (again, this WILL take awhile.. go have yourself a snack, take a walk, watch some TV..) Once it's done, restart the PC.

In most circumstances (assuming the start-up loop isn't due to a hardware failure), your PC should boot up just fine. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me!

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Hi I'm running XP pro SP 2 on a MS9121 motherboard and when I shut down my PC, alomst everytime, the system reboots and starts again. The only solution consists in turning off the back switch and I...


This issue may occur if the following conditions are true:
  • You have "automatically restart" selected.
  • The Roxio Easy CD Creator 5.0 or Direct CD 5.0 program is installed on your computer.
uninstall Roxio Easy CD Creator and install again without Direct CD.

Second Option:
Have you turned off APM? If not, right-click desktop, select screen saver tab, click "power" button under monitor power, select APM tab, uncheck "enable APM support." I did that and the system shuts down no problem.

Third option
  1. Right-click My Computer, and then click Properties.
  2. On the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery.
  3. Clear the Automatically restart check box under System failure, and then click OK. The error message should remain on the screen so that you can record the error information.

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I have a mobo Asus P5KPL AM Se, 1gb ddr2, intel dual core Processor. The system will turn on a ccouple og minutes then it will automatically restarts. Even when i enter the bios, after a couple of seconds...


you may have a problem with your heatsink on either the processor or the north brige chipset. if either of these are overheating this would be your symptom. I would disconnect all items (including sound and usb connections and drives) except for power supply and front panel connector. in the bios you can under apm configuration/hardware monitor to check this (http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_775/P5KPLAM/#download). so as to isolate the motherboard and powersupply and video(video usually cause reboots but it takes 10 to 20 minutes for it to get that hot).
if this still happens I would then suspect your powersupply (although rare for this type of failure) and try another one.
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The system reboots on its own. especially when streaming video from the interent.


When a system reboots on its own thats usually a sign that either 1. Your cpu or computer is overheating or 2. that your power supply is insufficient to power everything you have.
Did you recently make any additions to the computer? upgrades? If so verifiy the power supply is strong enough and you may want to purchase a new one. a 600-650w Power supply should be sufficient to power almost all home computers and can be found cheap on sites like newegg.com.
Check and see if the computer is hot to the touch (be careful). If it is you may need to clean out fans, install more fans. Check the processor heat sync make sure the fan is working. Install thermal paste if you dont have it between the processor and heat synce etc. To cool it down. Also you may want to move the computer out some so it has room to breathe, It shouldnt be stuck in a small/tight area.
One other thing it could be is you could have it set to automatically reboot upon receiving serious errors with windows. You can turn this feature off to see if errors are the cause. to do so (from the Microsoft Site)
Microsoft Windows XP
  1. Click Start, and then right-click My Computer.
  2. Click Properties.
  3. Click the Advanced tab, and then click Settings under Startup and Recovery.
  4. Under System failure, click to clear the Automatically restart check box.
  5. Click OK, and then click OK.
  6. Try to reproduce the error message.
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  1. Click Start vistastartbutton.jpg, click Control Panel, click System and Maintenance, and then click System.
  2. Click Advanced System Settings.
  3. securityshield.jpg If you are prompted for an administrator password or for a confirmation, type the password, or click Allow.
  4. Click the Advanced tab, and then click Settings under Startup and Recovery.
  5. Under System failure, click to clear the Automatically restart check box.
  6. Click OK, and then click OK.
  7. Try to reproduce the error message.

Once you do this if it gets an error rather then rebooting you will be greeted with a blue screen and error. you can copy down the error message and come back here for a solution.
Good luck.

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What may be the problem of my pc because it always restart?


You need to get the exact error message to determine the cause of your system restarting. Then post again with the error message that will appear.

If you're using Windows XP:
  1. Navigate to the Control Panel in Windows XP by left-clicking on Start, followed by Settings and then choosing Control Panel.
  2. In the Control Panel window, open System.
    Note: In Microsoft Windows XP, depending on how your operating system is setup, you may not see the System icon. To correct this, click on the link on the left-hand side of the Control Panel window that says Switch to Classic View.
  3. In the System Properties window, click on the Advanced tab.
  4. Locate the Startup and Recovery area and click on the Settings button.
  5. In the Startup and Recovery window, locate and uncheck the check box next to Automatically restart.
  6. Click OK in the Startup and Recovery window.
  7. Click OK in the System Properties window.
  8. From now on, when a problem causes a BSOD or another major error that halts the system, the PC will not automatically reboot. Rebooting manually will be necessary.
If you're using Vista/7:
  1. Click on Start and then Control Panel.
    Tip: In a hurry? Type system in the search box after clicking Start. Choose System from the list of results and then skip to Step 4.
  2. Click on the System and Maintenance link.
    Note: If you're viewing the Classic View of Control Panel, you won't see this link. Simply double-click on the System icon and proceed to Step 4.
  3. Click on the System link.
  4. In the task pane on the left, click the Advanced system settings link.
  5. Locate the Startup and Recovery area and click on the Settings button.
  6. In the Startup and Recovery window, locate and uncheck the check box next to Automatically restart.
  7. Click OK in the Startup and Recovery window.
  8. Click OK in the System Properties window.
  9. You can now close the System window.
  10. From now on, when a problem causes a BSOD or another major error that halts the system, the PC will not automatically reboot. Rebooting manually will be necessary.


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I've been building computers since 1992. Never saw this. My EVGA MB is in a BIOS loop. Boot .. beep .. EVGA Splash ... -Reboot automatically- Beep ... EVGA Spash ... -Reboot automatically. It's like a...


Turn the computer off.
Hold DOWN the "any" key.
Turn the computer on.
When you see "keyboard error. Press Fxx to enter BIOS SETUP", RELEASE the "any" key, and press the 'Fxx' key.
While in setup, change the boot-order to "floppy-first".
Then, everytime that you boot, your motherboard will "grind" the 3.5-inch disk, looking for a boot-sector.
If it DOES "grind", then BIOS-loading has completed, and there's something wrong with the boot-sector on either the CD-ROM or the disk-drive, i.e., Windows "crashes" during startup, and reboots itself.

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Always reboot


I am guessing from your description that you are stuck in a reboot loop where no matter what option you choose the computer automatically reboots before you get into windows. If you have not tried other options then I would start with last known good configuration and if that does not work then try safe mode. The problem is most likely a driver causing problems on startup.

If safe mode works then you will need to find the driver or other software causing problems (likely the last software that was installed) and uninstall it then reboot to see if that works.

If last known good configuration works then you should not need to do anything else.

If none of it works then you will need to reinstall windows. If you have a regular windows disk (I am guessing you are running XP) and not a manufacturer restore disk then you can boot off the disk. The first screen will ask if you want to run the recovery console. just hit enter to go past that. The next screen should say that it found a previous windows install and ask if you want to repair it. Hit R for repair when you see that screen and you should not loose any data or have to reinstall any software. That might not fix the problem though which would mean that you need to do a fresh install instead of repairing the current install and you would then need to reinstall all of your software. You might also want to find out about getting any data off the drive that you do not want to loose before you do a fresh install.

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You’re temperature is great. No trouble there. You can try this with Windows XP. Open system properties. Click on the Advanced tab. Go down to, Startup & recovery. Click the settings button. Remove the green check mark next to: Automatically restart. Click Ok. Than restart your system. The next time you're system does a restart all by its self you should receive an error message on screen. Hopefully you have time to write it down.
Post the error message here if you can't find a fix for the error.
Windows may need the system to restart a few times before you receive an error message. Try this before I add more suggestions.

Good luck!
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