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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Got a boot up problem.
I'd suggest that your memory or hard drive is going bad.
RAM issues are normally accompanied by a blue screen with a STOP 0xxxxx00038 (example) type of message or a Page fault type error, which is caused when windows loads, and the full potential of the Ram module is used, highlighting the fault with the module.
Try substituting a RAM module and see if this stops the problem, then, if you get it running, download MEMTEST and run it for an hour to check the ability of the ram to read and write information.
If the ram is ok, the fault may be with the hard drive, a faulty drive will not read the sectors that Windows is installed on and this might account for the constant rebooting. If you can remove the drive test it externally using a docking station or slave it to a working computer and download HDD check, which will test for any performance drop or bad sectors.
If you think that the Ram and HDD are ok, then obtain an external USB DVD drive and try a repair after setting the bios to boot from the USB drive
Posted on Aug 16, 2011
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