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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

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 rebooting! is there way to interrupt this cycle?

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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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Automatic reboot


http://goo.gl/KNTna
The link above is a tutorial on scheduling automatic reboots on Windows XP.

Mar 06, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Disable Automatic Restart in Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)


Sometimes, when you get a Blue screen of death, eventually, you don't get enough time to write the problem down. But now here's the chance.

Right-click on the Computer icon and choose Properties. Windows Vista users will be taken to the system properties screen, so click on Advanced system settings.

The Advanced tab should already be selected, so you'll want to click the Settings button under "Startup and Recovery".

Here we go… just uncheck the option for Automatically restart under the System failure section.

Next time you get a BSOD you'll be able to see it and able to write down the error message. You'll have to manually reboot the computer if this happens, of course (by holding the power button for 5 seconds.)

This tip made me start thinking… are there any horror movies based on the blue screen of death or kids who see this goes freakin out?

This tip applies to all computers, excluding apple computers!

on Dec 13, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook

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Computer comes on and is fine for a while then just cuts off,then turn it back on then its fine for a while then cuts back off.


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To start with, you should check all your hardware. A loose connection somewhere or a faulty piece of hardware could be the reason, the computer keeps rebooting itself. In case your RAM stick is not fitted properly, or is corrupt, the computer displays an error message on the screen and keeps rebooting itself. The same problem occurs with a hard disk. You can use 'Memtest86' to run a hard drive check.

You may at times come across an error message on your screen, like a system failure error, before rebooting by itself. There is a particular solution to this type of problem. You should first go to the My Computer icon and right click on it. Select properties, and a window will appear on your screen. Click Advanced tab → Start Up and Recovery → Settings. After clicking the settings option, you will have to uncheck the box next to Automatically Restart. Click OK twice. This will prevent the computer from rebooting itself and you can redress the issue.

A different way to tackle the problem of 'computer keeps rebooting itself', would be to restart your computer in the Safe Mode. Allow the computer to boot fully and let your windows operating system load fully. Now, if your computer keeps rebooting itself even in the safe mode, there is a problem either with the operating system or hardware. And if your computer is not rebooting itself in safe mode, the problem is related to certain software.

Over heating is another reason why your computer keeps rebooting itself. Not many people pay attention to this aspect though. The fan responsible for keeping the CPU cool, may be malfunctioning or there could be dirt settled between the fan and CPU. Any one of these could be the reason for your problem. Either clean the fan area, or replace it if necessary. Try providing proper ventilation for your CPU, so that it stays as cool as possible.

You computer could reboot on it's own if you have installed improper drivers. Right click on the 'My Computer' icon, and click on 'Properties' from the menu list which appears. A new window will open. Select the 'Hardware' tab, and click on 'Device Manager'. A list will be displayed on the screen in which you will have to check all categories. Is you see any red or yellow warning icons, make sure you update that particular driver from the internet.

Dec 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Shuts off for no reason even when fully charged and plugged into the adapter.


If it turns completely off a fan is probably not running which causes the CPU overheat.
If it just reboots you are getting a bluescreen. Right click on My Computer and select properties. Click on the advanced tab and select settings under startup and recovery. Uncheck the automatically reboot box.

Aug 05, 2009 | Sony VAIO VGN-C240E/B Notebook

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My computer after five minutes turnoff and restart automaticaly


there is some problem with ACER laptops. i want to ask you something. did you go to service before for anyproblem ?

Jun 02, 2009 | Dell InspironTM 1501 Notebook

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M2A-VM random reboot


there is no windows xp sp3.all sp3 are made by hackers which used to hack the systems easily.so please change ur operating system and also uncheck the My computer(right click)->properties->advanced->startup and recovery,uncheck the automatically restary.
ur problem may be solved.

Jan 10, 2009 | ASUS M2A-VM (0610839149438) Motherboard

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REBOOTING PROBLEM ACER ASPIRE T135


Having a constant reboot means u are getting a type of system error. A easy way to stop it is to right click on My computer click Properties, then go to Advanced system settings, and then click settings under startup and recovery. There about halfways down u will se a dab called automatic restart. Uncheck it, and your pc will not restart. Then click start, click run type cmd (open command prompt)
then type: chkdsk /f
then it will ask u something, type Y and close that window. then restart your computer, and it will check your harddrive. Let it do a scan.

good luck

Jan 01, 2009 | Acer Aspire T135 PC Desktop

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My computer won't shut down it just keeps restarting


The most common shut down problem is that the system will reboot rather than shutting down. In most cases, the reboot is triggered because Windows XP is designed to reboot after a critical failure. To stop windows from rebooting in case of a failure, you need to take the following steps:
Right click on My Computer, Select Properties, Click on advance tab, Click on Settings under Startup and Recovery, Uncheck the option Automatically Restart under System failure, Click Ok twice and try to shutdown the pc. If it shows any error code then let me know

Nov 24, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite M65-S809 Notebook

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Dell Dimension 5100 shuts down then reboots automatically, This is one bugger of a problem. Had continual problem with unit shutting down no rhyme or reason, cant see BSOD message off too fast. Did change...


Try rebooting to Safe Mode. Right-click on My Computer and hit Properties. In the System Properties window, click on Advanced. Then click on Startup/Recovery Settings. Uncheck Automatic Restart. Then post the BSOD Stop Code here.

Nov 18, 2008 | Dell Dimension 5100 (D51L1) PC Desktop

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Hp presario V5000 laptop


Reboot into Safe Mode using the F* key procedure.

Go to SYSTEM PROPERTIES / ADVANCED / STARTUP AND RECOVERY / SETTINGS. Uncheck Automatically Restart. (most everyone should do this).

Now uninstall the printer.

Reboot. try again.

Good luck.

Jul 12, 2008 | HP Compaq Presario V5000Z Notebook

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