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Hard drive won't reboot. Stuck in a loop.

My desktop is stuck in some wierd loop. It says that windows was shut down unepectedly and then counts down before attempting to restart. it does this over and over. tries to reboot but won't

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  • r_esquivel32 May 22, 2009

    Desktop still goes through the restart process. Tapped the F8 key to reboot in safe mode and still the same thing occurs. It is still counting down til reboot begins again. Its like a merry-go-round. It keeps telling me windows was shut down unexpectedly. Counts down to reboot, atempts the reboot then loops again to the same screen. I'm pulling my hair out trying to fix this thing!

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    tap the f8 key as you are booting up and try to reboot into safe mode... see if that works

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Start the machine press f-8 select "safe mode" press enter run chkdisk/r

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