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Laptop unable to start

Hi there, the laptop keeps rebooting itseld after a blue screen, any ideas on the problem/

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  • Dan Cirlis May 11, 2010

    i think you should figure out what error codes are being displayed before removing hard disks etc...

  • Dan Cirlis May 11, 2010

    Is there anyway you can find out what the error codes are being dispalyed ?? should look something like 0x000000 etc etc... can you try to catch them? then we can get a better understand of what hardware is causing the problem

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Remove hard disk from the laptop and switch it on if it remains on till you switch it off then reinstall the OS . the exercise of removing the hdd and switching it on is to clarify that there are no thermal problems with you laptop

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