Im having problem with my computer that when I turn it on it won't boot up right away.. I will let my computer ON for about 10 minutes and turn it off and turn it back on again before it will boot up.. Can you help me with this problem..
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ok, turn on pc i am not sure what operating system you r on but you turn it on look for log off, or administrator u need to get on admin, when ur there delete the profile of the one who needs a password but you will need to be on admin and make sure the passworded one has been logged off, hope this helps, leave a message if u cant do it that way,, there's other ways, paul. just seen it, windows xp, ok turn off tap away on F6 or F8get to the part where it wants u to put pass in right click picture of the user log off then go in as admin
As the computer is starting up keep hitting F8 until you come to the boot options screen. Once in the boot options select "Last Known Good Configuration" and see if it will start. If it still will not start then try and see if the computer will boot in safe mode (Do the F8 thing again until you reach the boot options screen again and click on "Safe Mode").
If it will not load into safe mode then you may need a Windows O/S Reinstall.
Here are the steps on how to install operating system using the recovery disc - power on the computer and insert the disc - once the disc is inserted, turn off the computer - press the power button then after 2 seconds tap F12 repeatedly - select the cd/dvd option or ODD (optical disc drive) use the up and down arrow keys - press enter - once you see "press any key to boot from CD" press enter right away it will show " Loading Windows" - then after the next phase will be set of on screen instructions, you just have to select the right option.
Hi, Have you tried rebooting your PC? Do you see a printer Icon in the taskbar (right corner) if so click on it and you may see several que's and the printer is bound up, so-to-speak. The reason your able to do a test print is because that command bypasses any que's in memory. Turn your printer power off, then reboot your PC. Onces its booted up, turn on your printer. This will clear any que's and your printer should communicate again. Let me know if this help you. Thank you
One temporary solution is to remove the battery for a while until all the capacitors in the unit discharge. Upon replacing the battery, you get one good power up try. Notice that the date and time have reset. Once you turn off the unit and try to power it up again, the problem comes back and you must again remove the battery for a while. There may be a patch to fix the boot loader, but I have not found it yet.
You have two options to remedy the problem. You really need to access the computer in Safe Mode and view the System Logs to determine the offending piece of hardware or software or virus. But your real question is how to stop the reboot. Use the F8 Key during boot. Right after you turn the computer on, start hitting the F8 Key. The Windows Boot MEnu will appear. at this point you can do one of two things to try to fix the problem. You can enter the computer in Safe Mode which load Windows with only the minimal necessary hardware and software drivers.If you want to see the error message, choose option 8 which tells the computer not to automatically restart after an error. This will enable you to determine the error message on the screen and prevent the system from just going through an endless loop of starting, erroring-out and restarting..
F8 (during boot) Holding F8 when booting displays the Windows Boot Menu SHIFT (during boot) Holding SHIFT down when booting forces Windows into Safe Mode
Let me know if I can be of any other assistance to you
Seems like you're having boot issues on your computer. Here are some steps that I think will help you with this.
First, try and see if you can boot in safe mode, here's how :
Click on start and choose"Run"
Type "msconfig" then pressenter key
Click on "Startup" tab
Click "Disable all" touncheck all startup items
Restart your computer
After attempting to complete these steps and if it's not successful, then there is the dire need to reinstall the entire Operating system for your computer. If this is the case and you can still boot to safe mode, then that is the perfect time to backup all your important files before doing the reinstallation.
Please let me know if you need further assistance and Thank you for using FixYa.