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Computer shuts off when booted, shut off right after welcome scre

I have a Sony vaio pcv-9901, it posts and then shuts off.....every time. What should I do?

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  • chahliepz Jan 15, 2009

    yes it can make it there but before it gets there it stops at the post screen where detects the HD and it gives me a message of hardware monitor found an error then asks me to go to bios power tab, but if I press f1 it goes to a widows boot screen where Ive tried: normal, last known, safe, safe w/net it just reboots. the more I reboot the quicker it reboots. can u help?

  • Jay Glendenning
    Jay Glendenning May 11, 2010

    Does it make it to the windows boot screen (i.e safe mode, safe mode with networking support, etc)?

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When it gets to the "safe mode" screen select
Disable automatic restart on system failure

and take notes on the error message

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If you can get into the bios screen, try loading the default settings.
If you are running XP and have an install CD, you can try to boot from it and choose the "R" or repair option.
When you get to the command prompt, run chkdsk/r to repair any HD file issues.

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