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Rebooting problem Hi I'm the one writing about the rebooting problem. I rebooted and held down the del key and now I have a Phoenix bios screen. Can you tell me what I need to do next?

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    Colleen Schneider Jan 23, 2009

    Hi I got the windows to come back but it gives me a check everytime it is rebooted then it takes hours to go through. It shows several file segments that are unreadable. What does this mean and what do I need to do about it?

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Look for the listing for the hard drive (Primary Hard disk ) or some such) and see if there is an ie=dentification of the hard Drive (Normally a size and model are listed) if it says NONE then the drive is not being detected.

If that is the case, then you open the tower, and ensure all cable connections are tight and try booting again.

Most likely, the hard drive has failed and will need replacement

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

  • IQUIT Jan 23, 2009

    CHKDSK running on every boot indicates several bad sectors on the hard disk drive. Backup any important data and replace the hard drive.

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If after all of this you are still getting reboots the problem might be the PCI slot you are using. Power down the computer, and remove the cover of the case. Remove the screw holding down your adapter and move it to another PCI slot. Re-assemble the case and power up your PC. If you are still getting the reboots then the issue is probably the adapter itself. Try and boot the computer without the adapter installed. If the reboots are gone then the card is defective. If you are still getting the reboots then you have a hardware issue with your motherboard. At this point you should have it looked at by your local repair shop. Due to the price of new motherboards it us usually cheaper to buy a new board rather than try and find someone who will repair it.

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1. reboot your system unit by pressing the combination short-cut key (alt+ctrl+del).
2.press delete button to check your BIOS configurations while on reboort mode.
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You will need to shut down your system, boot it, then quickly read the black and white screen.

Then press whatever button your system displays as the setup or bios button, generally Esc, Del, F1 or F2 but can be anything.

Once in your BIOS just browse around until you find the setting marked Quickpost, Fastpost, Quiet Post, etc.

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