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Restart to some times

Start pc after 5 seconds restart

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  • Eric Ramirez
    Eric Ramirez May 11, 2010

    A restarting PC can be a hardware or software problem.



    First, if you added any hardware recently then remove it and try to reboot. It might be a driver problem.



    If not, please re-post with the brand and model of computer and the operating system you are using.



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