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Serious error My computer reboots at irregular intervals, and indicates it has "recovered from a serious error". Other than that, it is working fine. Any thoughts on what the source of this is, and where I should start to look to solve it? Thanks in advance! My computer reboots at irregular intervals, and indicates it has "recovered from a serious error". Other than that, it is working fine. Any thoughts on what the source of this is, and where I should start to look to solve it

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Try opening your computer and cleaning the fans around the CPU and the other fans in your system. Computers have a sensor that shut computers down when they get too hot. Clean all the dirt inside and you should see a little performance boost also.

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Error status (Amber, blinking): you cannot continue to use the
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For this you dont need to buy another computer.
Follow the steps.
1. Try safe boot, F8 key @ BIOS screen just after you turn on the system. Choose safe boot from menu.
2. In safeboot.
Go to control pannel and choose option Show windows updates. else they may also be visible by default.
3. Minimise the window.
4. after you find the system is turned up completely.
close the opened window without touching anything.
5. give the system a complete shutdown.
6. reboot.
7. System may say " System has recovered after a serious error"


Still if it does not works.

1.insert the OS disk.
2. choose to follow wizard seriously reading each step.
3. It will ask you ro repair your OS.
Choose this option.
4. let the system recover (The process is slow; may take 30 mins or more)




Rate this solution, Write a comment to keep in touch, let me know how it worked the first way or the other.

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