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My laptop is rebooting automatically

I reinstalled an antivirus since then my system reboots automatically and never let me access it.what do i do

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Try to start your computer in safe mode and uninstall your last installation of antivirus then try again. Make sure your computer is not set to automatically reboot after any updates or anything. These settings should be in your anti-virus software

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