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My system is repeatedly restarting itself and sometimes, it does not start. Please tell me a solution for this problem.

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Most reboots are the result of a failing power supply. First thing to do is to clean out the computer case. Disconnect all cables, take the computer side panel off and using compressed air blow all dust from the system especially the power supply and the processor. You could also have a damaged hard drive. Boot to the recovery console and when it stops at C:\>command enter the following command CHKDSK /R This may fix the problem. If none of this fixes the problem you may need to do a repair install of XP. http://michaelstevenstech.com/XPrepairinstall.htm

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Your problem may be broad. But to start, check first your wiring usually the plug if that wiggle on the socket. Sometimes if that cord is plug on small AVR or some protecting device on the line.

The usual suspect could be driver, thermal and power supply problem. Next could be your RAM connection is dirty or the video card. Cleaning the edge connector slot with gel eraser would do the work. Or the motherboard is getting grounded on CPU case(desktop).

And last could be viral problem. Start on most simple and direct first.

Hope it helps.

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Hi,

If your system overheats, it automatically restarts..

This restart is initiated by the BIOS, so try running the system in cool environment and if it works well..Just remove the Old heat sink and change that...

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Windows file may be corrupted you need to reinstall the windows

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