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My computer restart whiles working

It continous restart even if i haven't reboot

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Check your power park and replace it with new one if it does the same also replace your Ram memmory card if the same then reformate our system but the problem should be the power park or memmory card so you need to replace them with good and new one.

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There might be some hardware conflict in ur PC ..try to remove RAM and insert it again..and check all wires connected to all component correctly or not...

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Auto restart


Your machine is rebooting itself while you watch a movie on it? Could be a couple of things. First, is this a laptop or desktop? When is the last time you updated your video drivers? If this is a laptop, does it get very hot just before rebooting?

Theories work like so:
1. older video drivers can be causing a cpu panic condition due to a bug. This is more common with PC games vs. watching movies, but still possible. Updating your video drivers may help fix the problem if that's the cause.
2. heat: if the computer overheats, it will reboot to protect itself. As for why it's getting hot--could be that your video hardware or cpu is getting too hot playing the movie. Could be that your cooling fans are bad. This is why I asked about the machine getting hot.

Another possibility is the need to update either your BIOS or hardware drivers.

Please post more info if you require additional help.

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Device driver codec 28


Cause of the Code 28 Error A Code 28 error is caused by a missing driver for that particular piece of hardware. There are any number of reasons that a driver might not be installed for a device but your troubleshooting of the problem will be the same no matter the root cause.
Error Code 28 Troubleshooting
  1. Restart your computer if you haven't done so already.

    There is always the slim chance that the Code 28 error you're seeing in Device Manager was caused by a fluke with Device Manager or in your bios. If that's the case, a reboot might fix the Code 28.

You might have to visit your computer or hardware manufactures homepage and download the driver for the device.

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Reboots alone when I try to install an operating system


restart your computer repeatedly tapping the f8 key to enter safe mode while the screen is black once in safe mode where the only things working will be your keyboard and mouse allowing you to attempt to repair your computer you could select the option start at last known configuration that worked this will tell what file has been corrupted or missing then you will know if its a hardware or software issue then select restart if the problem still persists f8 back into safe mode you might need to select your operating system to load into safe mode click start control panel administration tools computer management in the left panel events + to expand then system you will see all errors in right panel right click select properties this will tell you what has occurred and the time it occurred then test you PSU power supply unit if the units fan is not working the unit is faulty also test the leads from motherboard to hard drive including electrical extensions make sure they are securely seated with no dust built up on and around if its a 40 pin ide replace it this will be the first to fail even something as small as a faulty fan or an electrical fan lead can cause a computer to reboot check your computer RAM and Cmos battery make sure they are securely seated with no dust built up a computer needs all current and data to travel to and through every working device and have an end point to work
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My problem is the computer restarts agan soon after the windows opens. I installed a new drive and when I tried to install (from CD) it will only go as far as loading the files and drivers and then when it...


Download a program called dban. http://www.dban.org/download and mount it on a disc with another computer. Place the disk in your computer and reboot. While loading look for the boot menu option and push the button. If you missed it reboot again. When the boot menu comes up select cd-rom drive or dvd-rom drive. The program should start up. Follow the directions on the screen by typing in autonuke. The program might run for a long time(probably overnight). After it is complete. Reboot you computer, take out the disc and reboot with your original XP Pro disc. Hope this helps.

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Computer restart continously


sounds like could be a overheating problem, is there a fan running inside the machine, is it full of dust, check carefully around the fan, cpu, heat sink that there isn't large build up. if there is get some canned air to blow it all away.

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Rebooting computer wen entering cd even if data cable is unplugge


I can barely understand what you are saying. But if I have it right the system reboots by itself when a CD is inserted...

NEVER remove the data cable while the power is on. [you only get away with this once or twice and then you WILL break something.]

Do not connect a HDD to the same cable as your CD drive. The CD/DVD drive should be on its own cable witt nothing else attached [80pin conductor]. The HDD should be on its own cable. It has a different cable with different configuration and is NOT suitable for your DVD/CD...

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maybe you need to re-format your system

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Continuously Rebooting


On/off button stuck
Or tell me exaclty at what point is rstarts again and what all you see before it restarts again

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Help install sound software


Hi Thabz, a system that request you to keep rebooting the PC is normally caused by a program you recently installed. If you are able to continue running windows with out windows restarting & able to get into Add/Remove programs long enough to uninstall that program than try it. (this is more often not possible). You can also try presing F8 every 2 seconds (while booting thePC) & load windows boot menue. Here you can pick (Disable automatic restart on system failure). Try again to uninstall that recent program. Another option using the F8 key, you can also pick (last known good configuration).
If these haved all faild than I suggest you re-install windows, (over write it).
You can repair windows by booting to your Windows CD & reinstall windows. A reinstall will not earse your data, it will over write windows. Some programs will need to be reinstalled but your personal data will stay.
Here is the link for your Gigabyte board, (includes drivers & Manual).
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=2304

Best of luck to you!
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