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My computer restarting continuously,even i cant boot it from my cd rom, thats why i cant setup windows too, what is the problem?

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Sounds like a hardware issue, but how far into the boot process does it get? It may be as simple as something jiggering loose. Start with reseating memory modules and checking the hard drive connection; or send it in for service.

when was the last time you blew out the vents as they can easily become clogged with dust.

Could well be an overheating issue.

The heat sink may detached for some reason.

Also check your bios settings. There is an option in there for rebooting upon failure. Make sure thats set to " no ". Otherwise if your having a HD issue your stuck in a loop or if your having problems

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