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Boot Cycle Hi Everyone, I have a friend who just recently called me about a problem with her computer. I got around to trying to look at it and now when I start it up the computer go through setup and makes it to the emachine screen with a big lower case e but then starts over with setup again. When I turned it on today windows went through a disk cleanup and check, that was prior to the cycling. I'm thinking its the hard drive but just want to check and get some opinions. The computer is a little over four years old and isn't that heavily used but I know things can just fritz out of the blue.

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  • kurda000 Apr 20, 2009

    Yes she does but I didn't see anything that was technical enough to address the problem we were encountering.

  • kurda000 Apr 21, 2009

    I can't even get to windows, it doesn't load. Its like the system is timing out and is restarting.

  • charles raynor May 11, 2010

    Does your friend still have the owners manual for that machine?

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Hi! there,
sometime,files on start up has been corrupted or missing and the computer doesn't detect this,the effect is slow start up and repeating start up it can't continued to appear the windows.try to restore your system to put back the normal operating system of your computer,doing this go to all program,then go to accesories,
go to system tools,click system restore then select previuos date where this computer work normally and follow the instruction,just let it be restart and restore some files then restart again until it will tell you the restoration is finished then click it observed the start up.if symptom persist reformat your windows.have a nice day thank's

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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    Louis Magpantay Apr 22, 2009

    hi there again,

    well, there are remedy in every problem,try to clean your device specially ram and video card,you can pull this out,open the cover of pc there are two lock in bolt on side loosen and dettached cover, besure to unplug your pc,if there are two memory card pull this out

    there lock on both end release to unlock,pull out and have it clean by eraser head of pencil,also with video card,replace ide cable of hardisk.used vacuum on removing dust inside your pc,blower and fans of processor dust can obstructed hitching process of processor,if heat up tirpping your start up and rebooting again and again.then reassembly your computer,and start again.if still same problem occured need to reinstall your windows installer and proceed to new windows installation.regards there

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