MY LAPTOP TURNS ON BUT RESTARTS BEFORE IT GETS TO THE WINDOWS LOADING
Just how the other guy mentioned how his computer freezes up and restarts over and over that used to happen to me then one day when I turned on my laptop it wouldn't even load the windows and i mean i'm very careful about how i use the computer so i don't get any viruses and stuff but now i'm scared that my hard drive is now bad and i didn't even have any viruses and now its not loading the windows and wouldn't even work at all and i haven't used it for 5 months now after buying it the 3rd month that started happening. And i would suggest to anybody who wants to buy ACER. '' DO NOT BUY ACER IT SUCKS ''. Because how come people are getting these same problems that others are having with there computers its because ACER TECHNOLOGY is LAME TECHNOLOGY.
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Try running in safe mode. if it runs then it can be a startup program issue , (click /start run / type msconfig and turn off all startup group items) if not then at what point does it stop at what driver and reboots.
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First restart your computer and then press and hold F8 keys until you get Advanced Options menu screen.Use the arrow key to highlight Safe Mode, and then press Enter, your computer will boot automatically to safe mode. If you able to start in safe mode then update your graphic drivers from the manufacturer site Let me know if it helps you. Use system utility tool like RegInOut to remove unwanted files , fix registry and windows errors which causing black screen
right after hitting POWER button hold F8 to get into Safe Mode from the desktop, click on on MY COMPUTER, right click on your main drive (not the usb or dvd drive) click on properties click on the tools tab click on the check for errors button. When your computer restarts it'll take a long time but it'll check the whole drive.
I see you mentioned that you are having issues with you computer going into a blue screen then it restarts.
You can try to boot into safe mode to see if Windows Vista will Load without having the bluescreen and if it will not shut down or restart, from Safe Mode, try and do a system restore to a data where the problem has not happened yet.
From there-on see if the issue will still happen or no
Getting into Safemode: restart PC keep on tapping F8 on your Keyboard this will prompt you options, Look for Safemode then press enter this should bring up the safemode screen.
If during the loading of safemode and still happens are any error show up or it goes to a blue screen, you can try going into safemode with command prompt. to get to safemode in command prompt just do the same as ging into safemode and select safemode in command prompt.
once in the command prompt Type CHKDSK , then press enter it should check the system for 5 mins or so depending on your PC/Laptops speed.
if still the issue is the same reformatting or restoring your windows back to defaults may fix the issue.
No, it's because Windows has been severely corrupted by a virus. Just reinstall it using the Recovery CD that came with the pc when you bought it, it will be as new. And next time use a better antivirus.
BOOT UP INTO SAFE MODE AND LET WINDOWS TO TRY AND FIX IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS THEN YOU ARE GOING DESTROY THE MASTER BOOOT SECTOR ON THE HARD DRIVE AND THAN YOU HAVE TO PAY SOME ONE LINKE ME TO REBUILD THE MASTER BOOT RECORD, UNLESS YOU MAY HAVE ALREADY DONE