The system is getting restart continously,while booting
When i boot my system,it directly goes to safemode option screen,but if i select the safemode,or any other option like start windows normally,it did not take, again it will restart automatically.iam using windows xp o/s, plese give me the soloution for this problem
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I see you mentioned that you are having issues with you computer going into a blue screen then it restarts.
You can try to boot into safe mode to see if Windows Vista will Load without having the bluescreen and if it will not shut down or restart, from Safe Mode, try and do a system restore to a data where the problem has not happened yet.
From there-on see if the issue will still happen or no
Getting into Safemode: restart PC keep on tapping F8 on your Keyboard this will prompt you options, Look for Safemode then press enter this should bring up the safemode screen.
If during the loading of safemode and still happens are any error show up or it goes to a blue screen, you can try going into safemode with command prompt. to get to safemode in command prompt just do the same as ging into safemode and select safemode in command prompt.
once in the command prompt Type CHKDSK , then press enter it should check the system for 5 mins or so depending on your PC/Laptops speed.
if still the issue is the same reformatting or restoring your windows back to defaults may fix the issue.
I see you mentioned you update IE9 then you now get a blank screen...
If I may ask the blank screen showed up after the update or did it show up after restarting the computer?
If your getting a Blank screen when you boot into windows after the IE9 update, try rebooting then boot into Safemode.
Restart you computer then as soon as you see the Boot screen of you computer keep on Tapping f8 to get a list select safemode, then once it boots into safemode windows will load up in safemode on the issue and you can navigate arround to fix things that went wrong.
click on the Start Button on the lower left of the task bar then, click on Programs, select accessories then select system tools, look for system restore then select the option select a different restore point, on the window you may see a list of restore points hoping your system restore was turned on in the very beginning, once you have selected a restore point keep on clicking next then a warning will show just click next again then it will restart your computer.
System restore allows you to restore to a date where you had windows working fine without any problems so if you can get a restore point before updating IE9 then it is possible that you may be able to fix you windows back the way it was.
This sounds like a trojan malware type of infection where it hijacks the .exe files. Boot into safe mode by going to start>turn off computer and selecting reboot or restart.
when it goes down, start tapping F8 and you will come to a black menu screen. select Safe Mode With Networking which will allow full internet access and stop the malware infection from loading.
Once in safe mode, get on the internet and go to malwarebytes.org and download the free version. save it to your desktop and when downloaded, install it and follow the prompts to update it and do a full system scan. it will select all items for removal automatically and then hit the button to remove selected. when done it will prompt you to reboot.
boot into normal windows and test your applications. should be back to normal.
- You can try to fix this by performing steps below:
Boot Computer in Safemode:
- turn off the computer - press the power button and after 2 secs tap F8 key repeatedly - select safemode - computer will boot in to safemode desktop
Perform system Restore
- click start > all programs > accessories > system tools > system restore - select a date that you computer is working fine - click next - computer will automatically perform system restore and restart back to normal mode
If you are having just a blingking cursor on boot up you must check if there is a disc inside the disc tray, or kindly check as well if there is a USB flash drive plug in on your computer and if there is any please remove them while your computer boots up as your computer might boot from it and it may cause just blingking cursor.
If there is no disc or USB flash drive installed, what you can try is to boot your computer in safemode and perform a system restore. Atleast restore back your computer 2 to 3 days back before this problem happen.
To perform safemode:
- turn off computer
- press the power the botton and after 2 sec tap F8 repeteadly until you see all the safemode options
- select safemode with networking/safemode use the arrow keys to highlight it then press enter
- computer will automatically boot into safemode desktop.
To perform system restore:
- click start > all programs > accessories > system tools > system restore
- click next then select desired date then follow the on screen instructions
- once system restore is done it will automatically restart and boot your computer in normal mode.
You can try to boot to safemode. When you turn on system as soon as you see Dell logo keep tapping F8,select Safemode under advance boot option. If you we're able to log in to your account you can try to uninstall video driver and restart the system to normal mode then reinstall the video driver.
If you we're not able to boot to safemode , you can try to connect to external monitor toggle to FN+F8 if still not showing anything might be a bad video card.
Hi, try to boot into safemode, turn your system on then keep on tapping F8 to get the windows advance Menu screen, select safemode.
In the safemode windows go to Control panel and check your power options, you will see what time frame your system has for the LCD when turning off.
If this does not fix the issue, try booting into safemode with networking for you to be able to go online in safemode try updating your BIOS from your Manufacturers Website, Updating your bios may fix the issue.