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Hi there
hey can u please explain a little bit moire on what exactly is going on i can help but i need to know what is happening ok
regards mike

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Restarting could be caused by:- 1)Overheating of the cpu.If so use a speedfan utility to get rid of this problem.
2)It could be because of bad memory.Trying to access a bad spot in your system memory (RAM) can cause the computer to freak out and restart. The best way to find the culprit is to pop open the system unit, remove (or replace) one RAM stick and see if the problem is solved. Run your system.
3)It could be a result of newly installed software or update. Try to uninstall any newly update and see it it works.
4)There's a setting buried in Windows XP that tells your computer to restart when a system error occurs. If you turn off that option, you may solve your automatic reboot problem.


  • Click Start, then open Control Panel
  • Click Performance and Maintenance
  • Click System
  • Click on the Advanced Tab
  • Click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section
  • Uncheck Automatically Restart in the System failure section


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    The system restarts because of BSOD, blue screen of death. .The system gets the BSOD and automatically restarts..

    This is an issue with the RAM CHIP, the CHIP has errors, try changing the RAM with the same shop you bought, if you had bought it as new else change using warranty...

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    A system that restarts for no apparent reason can be caused by many things. The most common can be the windows registry confused. Conflicting software. Virus infection. In order to help reduce the number of possible causes lets start with a simple step. Click the start button & open control panel. The open the System icon. This will open, System Properties. Click the Advanced tab. Go to Startup and recovery & click the settings button.
    Uncheck the, "Automatically Restart" button. Than click ok.
    The next time you're system restarts on its own, you should receive an error message from windows. Write down the message. Than get back to me so together we can find a solution to the restarts.


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