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X5DAL-G restart When I start the computer it goes to the windows 2000 display, the blue bar at the bottom of the screen reaches its end, the screen flickers, the computer clicks, then it starts over again. A technician said its the motherboard. They say it is no longer available. The other parts in the computer, including the power supply, are not compatible with the new motherboards. They are quoting me a new computer. Any suggestions?

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If theres a click, then its either the hard drive or the monitor click when it shuts off, motherboards don't make a sound. When its starting up press F8 to enter safe mode and select last known good configuration and see if it starts as normal, but is sounds as though the boot.ini is damaged on a bad sector of the hard drive and either try a windows repair or replace the hard drive.

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