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Dell Optiplex GX150 are starting over and over agian.

The Dell Tower are starting over and over again. I formated the hard disk. Reinstalled the windows xp. But it started agian.

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    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    Please be more specific.. Does the BIOS start up? Does it start to enter windows? Are there any errors?



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Theres a problem with your hardware inside the computer.. try to installed a new memory.

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click on computer cover, or scroll down to that section

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Try to boot the PC without the XP Home CD in the CD drive, and keep pressing the F8 key until it comes up with a boot menu that includes a Safe Mode option.

If you had the XP Pro CD I'd suggest doing a recovery, but XP Home doesn't have that option I don't think.

You may have to try a few times until the boot menu appears. Don't hold the F8 key down - keep pressing it!

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then check your video card model and look for the updated driver

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