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Hi,
You simply go to Start And restart/Shutdown.
By re-booting, you are re-starting the computer.

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Who do you reboot?


I couldn't read the information on the screen.

If you need to reboot, there sometimes a reboot button. Pressing and releasing it will cause the computer to reboot.

If there isn't a reboot button, press and hold the power button until the computer turns off. Release the button and press and release it to reboot the computer.


Good luck.

Paul

Feb 17, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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What is the word rebooting?


Depends on how it's used.

1) "Boot your computer up", may refer to simply turning the computer on.

2) "Reboot your computer", may refer to turning the computer completely off, waiting 20 seconds, then turning the computer back on.

3) The Windows operating system has a Boot Record, which is located on a Boot Sector on one of the Platters in the Harddrive.
These are the basic Windows files.

The computer can also be booted off of another source than the Harddrive.
It can be booted off of a Floppy Drive disk, USB thumb drive, CD disk, or from the internet, to name a few sources.

Therefore it can also mean to reboot off of one of the above sources, instead of the Harddrive.

1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Booting


2) http://computer.howstuffworks.com/hard-disk.htm


3) http://computer.howstuffworks.com/bios2.htm

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How do i reboot my labtop


Hello, You can reboot your computer system by clicking on Start, Depending on the operating system you are using, if Window xp,then click on Restart and your computer will reboot, If window vista or window 7,you will see the restart around,check very well.Click on it and your computer will reboot. Regards

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What means of reboot ?


Reboot means to restart the Computer. All the opened applications will be closed and Computer will be re power cycled.

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How to reboot computer


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  • Decide what kind of reboot you are going to do. A soft reboot is performed the way you are “supposed” to do it. For a soft Windows reboot, go to the Start menu and select “Shut Down” or “Restart.” The computer will then shut itself down. Clicking “Restart” makes it boot up without further intervention from you.
  • Step 2 Perform a hard reboot by pushing the computer’s power button and holding it until the computer shuts down. Wait 45 seconds and restart the computer by pushing the power button again. You may have to start up in safe mode, but that also allows you the chance to restart properly or work on programs in a safer way. This method may cause you to lose data or mess up the operation of some of your programs. But it may be the only option if your computer's hard drive is frozen.
  • Step 3 Power down all of the computer's components. Shut off all of the peripherals you have attached to your computer, and disconnect the cables. Then, plug all of the peripherals back in, and restart your computer. This can often solve problems with your hard drive.
  • Step 4 Purchase and install a program such as Drive Reboot Restore PC 6.0 that streamlines the hard drive reboot process. These applications help prevent the problems that can develop after repeated computer use. They also ensure that your hard drive maintains the configuration you want each time you turn it on.
  • Step 5 Investigate what the problem may be with your hard drive. Because of its delicate nature, your hard drive can very easily be thrown off.



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    Had a power outage and now computer keeps rebooting. saw solution about going to my computer properties advance and unchecking automatically reboot, but cant' get there because computer keeps rebootin


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    while rebooting u press the F5 key for a while, it will redirect u to a boot menu,in this boot menu u have some special options to boot like boot in safe mode,safe mode with networking ,debugging mode,last known good configuration boot,start normally,etc u first boot in safe mode and try to deactivate rebooting in ur own technicand u have more options try all of them it will be ok in 2 or 3 options

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