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Computer keeps rebooting on its own

I have stystem tiger computer that keeps restarting on its own it will not starton normal mode or last known settings help please

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Unplug computer open it up take out battery remove hard drive, look on back of hd. do you see a small white plastic piece remove that but make sure you remember where its located at. now put hd back in reconnect cables put battery back in. plug your computer back in and restart. reset bios settings. let it try to boot. now shut computer off and we are going to do the same steps again.disconnet computer, open it up remove battery remove hd put your white piece of plastic back where it was before, reconnect cables put battery back in. connect pc and power up. should be able t boot from installation disk.

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Most likely a virus has or malware has got into the system try SAFEMODE and install or do virus check if this does not work get someone to download one of the well known free virus checks and when you use as boot CD it will do virus check other options are more drastic like take hard drive out and do virus check with another computer of Format but try and save date before these options are attempted

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