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Once the operating system was corrupted the system will restart for that you need to recover it from your recovery disk or you need to reinstall your operating system

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You havnt specified that is your system showing the desktop screen or it restart itself at the begining of the BIOS Message.

if you are able to see the desktop screen then:
The first thing you should suspect about the Viruses.
Because your virus leads to your very slow as well as restarts itself without awaring you. It is caused by Worm and Trojon viruses. For making sure that ur system is suffering from virus go to tools in menu bar and check for folder. if the folder option appears to you then it is okay. again try to go to Task manager by right clicking on the tasl bar. If the task manager is also showing then you are not affected of viruses. Run any antivirus setup if you are suspected about viruses on your system

another reasion could be, missing of attrib.bat or command.com file from ur system.
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OR If your system restart itself at the begining of the BIOS Message:

1. Then your RAM goes bad.
2. You havenot installed ur Expansion card properly.
3. If you have attached to hard disc then check for jumper settings. (or if you have attached two hard disc, one is SATA and another is PATA)

do the remedies for the same

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