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System restarting on startup

My system is restarting frequently on startup

it is running in safe mode

i had disabled the feature of automatically restart

and then a blue screen is appearing and an error is displaying just like
uninstall antivirus and diskfragmentation ,disk utilities and it is asking for chkdisk utilities

what can i do now ?

can anyone fix this problem ?

thanks in advance..............

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Yeah..this is a BSOD problem. This generally occurs due to the recent changes in the Hardware, and SCSI/ ACPI compliant HDD, ... Generally this will be solved automatically after u restart your PC for 10-20 times.Even if it is not solved , then u have to insert Bootable XP CD and while installing the files ..u have to press F6 ,this will take u to install the missing SCSI driver.If u install the SCSI drivers the problem is solved.

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