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Restarting Hello there, one night, shut down my pc like i normally do, the next morning it starts up, but when it come to windows is starting up bit, it restarts itself. This keeps going over and over. I have tried booting from the XP disc and same thing happens...a friend has told me that it could be over heating...however I can not check this as I can't remember my BIOS motherboard is the FoxConn NF4UK8AA-8EKRS, is there anyway to reset the password? Many thanks

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Re: Restarting

It sounds as if you have a flat CMOS battery, remove and replace. To delete the password and bios settings locate 'JBAT1' terminal on motherboard and put jumper from pins 1-2 across 2-3 for a few seconds and then back to pins 1-2. You will have to reset time and detect drives in standard CMOS settings.

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It sound like windows did an update taht had something to do with your motherboard. You can view your updates by going to your "control panel" and selecting your Windows Update (icon). Right click on it and open. Click on "view update history" at the upper left part of the window, then see if any of the listed updates involved your motherbaord. If so, click on "installed updates troubleshoot..." at the top of your screen. This will show all recent updates. You can click on and uninstall the update you think is causing the problem. You can always get it back by running check for updates and reinstalling. Another option would be to do a "system restore" back to before the problem exixted.
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1. Click Start > Run and type REGEDIT

2. Click the plus sign next to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
then System
then CurrenControlSet
then Control
then click CrashControl

3. Double-click on AutoReboot on the right side and change the value from 1 to 0.

Close regedit and restart the computer. Now the computer should shut down normally instead of restarting.

Hope this helps. Please rate my response.
Have a good day

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