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Computer re-booting My computer after be starting, when start the windows starting to re-boot.Some body may help me?

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    after satrt pC it boot once & again reboot & goes to different boot mode option like safe mode, normal mode etc. daily this happen but after reboot again it goes to normal can u suggest any solution



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1. Check with another RAM
2. See that the SMPS is in good condition
3. See that all the power cables are connected correctly
4. See that the CMOS battery is in good condition
if all the above are good then you need to re-install the OS carefully by following the steps.

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Posted on Apr 06, 2008


Bad supply
bad ram

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Hi , technically you seem to receive a BsOD(Blue Screen of Death) error.

The reasons for receicing it are
1.A faulty RAM.
2.Incompatible devices.
3.A Faulty HDD.
4.Recent Installation of Incompatible Softwares.

In order to get the exact error message that is displayed, press F8 while the booting process starts and select the option "DO not restart on SYSTEM error and write down the error message and search for it in Microsoft Knowledge base and you're problem will be solve.

The more easier way would be , to just re-install Windows XP from a Bootable CD-ROM.


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My computer does not support windows x.p. from few days suggest me what should i do

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There may be boot virus in ur system. Format ur disk and Reinstall the system.

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Bad power suplly or
high cpu temperature
unplug all usb cables and retry to enter windows in safe mode

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