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New os I have a motherboard WT70-EC and I am putting on a new OS and it keeps rebooting itself after loading windows can yanyone help me!!

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The system will reboot after the installation of the boot sector in order to install the rest of windows. Just let it reboot and it will continue to install. If this is not the problem you are experiencing tell me all of the details of what is happening and I can help.

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