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Problem my computer was rebooting itself, until last friday it rebooted and then it was saying that my auto check was not not found, and it was skipping auto check. and it never load up. it stay on a blue screen.

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Your computer may have been re booting itself because it was probably set to re boot on system fault (you could have and should have turned that feature off while you could). As for your Blue Screen aka B.S.O.D. (blue screen of death), you'll probably have to format and reinstall your Operating System (I assume from the B.S.O.D. that it's windows and would help to know which version?).
Good luck.

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