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The computer is re-booting, (turns on, off, and same again), it stays on for 5 min at a time. I changed the power supply; still, same problem. Any idea?

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It likely lost it's boot.ini because you left a software install cd/dvd in it once and it didn't finish restoring the boot.ini back to original. Use the windows disk (full) to repair (most people don't have a full windows disk... if that is the case try to reinstall windows from the hidden partition... if you don't have a recovery on your drive then reinstall windows from your dvd etc)

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