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Loading Starts running then shuts down and restarts from beginning. Some problems ntsinf.cat file missing will not get through installing devices restart or com+ error unable to cert then restart system again

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Try quit that programs that use to much space , or buy a external hard disk.

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When pc is booting , fom begining , I have 3 options. F9 =boot device menu F10 =Rom base setup or F12=NTWORK service boot! Nether 3 work. Only erreor loading operating system! Wht can i do about it.


I think you need to re-install your os for some files that the Operating System need to boot properly is missing. First, run your xp or any operating system that your using and select repair. after doing this , booting problem will no longer be a problem to you my friend. Have a nice day and i was hoping this would solve your boot problem.

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Hi, my printer HP F735 stopped working. Some docproc.msi file is missing. Where can I find it? Help me please. Thank You Regards


Hi,
you can find the missing file in the driver cd that came with your device(printer). Unplug the printer, uninstall the driver, restart your system and then run the installation. Make sure your printer is not connected to the pc when you're running the installation. The system will ask you to plug it in at a point during the installation. After the installation, restart your system, so it arranges the registry. That should do it.
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My PC doesn't load


Restart computer. Watch closely at the bottom of the screen for an F command.

This F command will allow to enter setup.

When computer is loading, start pressing F12 repeatedly until setup is opened.

When setup opens, you'll see a file menu that runs across the top of the screen. It will start from the left and move to the right - press F9. When prompted, select "restore default settings". Move to each file menu and press F9 and set "default settings".

When you come to the Exit menu, do the same thing, then select the Exit Menu, and choose the "Exit Saving Settings" option.

Once it exits, it will automatically restart and begin the loading process into Windows (or your operating system).

If the OS does not load, you will need to re-enter setup: under the file menu, search for an option that will allow you to enable a second F command which should be F5 or F10. Once this is done, go to exit, and select "exit saving settins".

The computer will begin loading, but you will want to restart the computer - watch again at the bottom of the screen for the new F command - remember what it is when you are in setup, and begin pressing it as before with the F12 command - the F5 (F10) will bring you to an option menu for starting the computer - select the "start in safe mode" option.

If the computer does not load in safe mode, you will need to format the hard drive and re-install the Operating System.

Please let me know if you need further assistance.

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Problem with DG31PR board while loading windows 2003 server.


check HDD and RAM, make sure your HDD new formated

Sep 03, 2009 | Intel DG31PR Motherboard

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My pc is restarting automatically continously when i turn on my


Does it show BLUE Screen, or does it show the Windows loading before it restarts?

If Bluescreen, something happened to root system files and you need to REPAIR
1. Shut down PC, pull out all USB devices, Floppies and insert Win CDROM
2. Power on
3. Press any key to boot from CDROM
4. Select Install
5. Select Repair
6. Ans questions and let run 30min
7. Remove CDROM
8. Reboot - it should work now

If Windows Logo, A device or driver you or MS or Mozilla or... installed for you malfunctioned and you need to start in LAST KNOWN GOOD mode
1. Reboot
2. Press F8 and hold down
3. Enter Password if asked
4. Select "Last Known Good"
5. When stable and logged in, Reboot



Jan 18, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Problems loading


click on start, click on run, type in msconfig, click on startup and look for the file m3plugin and uncheck, click on apply and restart your computer.

Oct 24, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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Startup


You'll have to check if windows is loading before it restarts. If windows starts loading before it shuts down and just loops all over again, you can easily fix this by simply re-installing your operating system. you can do this by booting from the recovery discs that came with the laptop. Now if the rebooting cycle happens before windows starts loading then this could either be a RAM or a motherboard issue and will need to be serviced.

If you don't have a copy of the recovery discs, you can always call Toshiba at 1-800-457-7777 and purchase one from them.

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Computer crashing


I think problem wit ur RAM please check with using another ram and confirm.

Jun 14, 2008 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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MY LAPTOP WONT START


If you go into the BIOS, is the hard drive detected?

Did you just install this drive from another laptop?

It doesn't make sense that it would try to boot to win98, since the original OS was XP Media Center to begin with.

Let me know, and I can help you further.

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Alarms


Hello, find the BIOS Beep Codes at http://www.amptron.com/html/bios.beepcodes.html and try to find your problem. It is not a software or Monitor problem. It could be RAM or Video Card failure

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