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When i switch my laptop on it asks me to reboot . but when it reboots as soon as the windows blue screen comes up it turns off and then starts up its self and asks me to reboot again

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David:

Your computer is very unhappy with a piece of hardware or a software driver in the system. The windows blue screen is known as "the blue screen of death or BSOD" and will usually have a "Stop Code" like 0x0000008E or the suchlike with some address data shown below. Make a note of the stop code and then Google it up with the manufacturer of your box to see if there is an article on what the system is complaining about (video driver, etc.). You may have to recover the laptop. If it has a recovery partition there should be instructions on their website to recover your box. You can also try hitting f8 after starting boot process and if it gives you the startup menu: (1) try Last known good configuration, or if that doesn't work (2) Safe mode. If it boots in LKGC then whatever updates or changes were made don't need to be reapplied until you find out what killed the system---same if it starts in Safe Mode ---usually a driver issue or Microsoft Update issue if it starts in safe mode. ECS also has a support link off the above web site where FAQ and the ability to contact them is listed.:

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?CategoryID=3&DetailID=378&DetailName=Feature&MenuID=93&LanID=0

Posted on Feb 21, 2012

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Hello,
Your windows might be corrupt. If you have a windows xp cd, boot to it.
Press R for Recovery Console. It will take you to a command prompt screen. Press 1 to select the C: drive. It will ask for Administrator password. If there is any, enter it. If there is none, just press enter.
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Keep trying F8 Key during the Boot up process, may be you will get the system in Safe Mode to work on.



Then run a Checkdisk command and restart your PC. Hope this will resolve the problem.
Let me know the result and status to work further.

Happy Holidays!

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iiiii is a virus program that transfers to the system through the USB devices. It keeps on hanging the OS at startup because it is pin at startup area of the OS.

Alternnatively, you can remove it by using a software that can bring out all the startup programs. The root of iiiiiiii.exe is in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\XP6880 9. You can simply locate the root and get it deleted completely. Hold shift before deleting. Then empty the recycle bin and restart.

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You question is too short, I have trouble assuming it. Anyway let me try my best to make you understand.
1. If you want to reboot your laptop as soon as it starts up, just press ctrl+Alt+Del on the keyboard, before you see the windows logo start screen. It'll automatically reboot itself.

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