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My pc once turned on just continues to restart over and over
and when I press "f10" it goes to CMOS setup and does not turn off
can still be a power supply problem ?
or what do I press for a destructive sytem restore?
really need your help!
thank you

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    When I turn the computer on, the screen will say, starting up... and then the computer shuts off, and automatically turns back on again. The process keeps repeating itself.

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DOES YOUR HARDISK DRIVE DETECTED?IF NOT, TRY TO DISCONNECT IT FROM THE SYSTEM ,TURN OFF YOUR PC,POWER ON, PRESS F10 AND OPTIMIZE DEFAULT SETTING, SAVE IT.TYURN YOUR PC OFF CONNECT THE HARDISK,IF IT DETECTED, AND NO WINDOWS APPEAR,REFORMAT YOUR SYSTEM.

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