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HP Pavilion a6660T PC Windows Vista
First unplug your machine and plug it back in and turn it on while its booting up you should see a message to press the F2 key to enter the BIOS. press that key, you will only have a couple of seconds to press it. Look for an option called First Boot Device, Boot Sequence, or something similar; press the arrow keys on your keyboard to select this field and then press Enter (You may have to select Advanced Options or another submenu to find it.) In the resulting screen, select CDROM/DVD and then press the Esc key until you return to the main BIOS screen. Follow the onscreen instructions to save your new settings and exit BIOS setup. Insert the installation disc (you need an installation disc of the operating system, if you dont have one you can find one on amazon, but if you needed to buy one you should consider upgrading to windows 7(more like vista) or Windows 8 (not really like vista)) once the disc is inserted restart the computer and follow the on-screen instructions
Posted on Nov 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: windows xp stuck in restart loop
Needle in the tower? Wow! Who told you that? Geek Squad.
OK in all seriousness this is what I want you to do.
Press F8 as the computer boots up.
Choose "Safe Mode with Command Prompt"
Let me know if you're able to get that far and then we'll proceed from there.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Try to boot into vista's safe mode, this can usually be done by pressing F8 after POST, but before you see the vista loading screen.
Once in safe mode go to:
Start > Control Panel > System
on the left you will see " Advanced System Settings " Click that
a new window will pop up with your system properties, click the " settings " button near " startup and recovery "
Make sure the little check-mark near " restart automaticly " is NOT check, then apply, and OK out of all screeens and reboot the system. If the problem persist, you may need to insert the Vista disk into your system, and do a recovery, or restore.
Posted on May 30, 2009
there is problem with windows OS
u have to reinstall wondows befor you go for reinstall just tak backup from you C drive
Posted on May 21, 2010
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Well the computer seem to have been working before the reboot, before buying anything try to clean out all the dust particles from the heat sinker of the CPU, take off the CPU and take off all the old thermal paste with a cotton ball and rubbing alcohol. Apply new thermal paste *Very Important* if you run the computer without thermal paste you could burn out your CPU and or cause motherboard damage. Put computer back together, reset the BIOS, and restart. Hope this helps, Best of luck.
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