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Re: HP NX9005 Keeps restarting/rebooting
This is know as cyclic redundancy, and the cure is (I really thought about cutting it short right here after reading that thread, but I'm not that mean) I've fixed this in two manners 1- a bios flash if the machine will take one. Most of the time you won't get that far, and when you do sometimes it doesn't last long before the same problem arises. Then we come to #2- replace the motherboard. I know that nobody wants to hear this, but it seems to be the only real cure. HP has the shittiest most fragile motherboards on the market, on some that I've replaced, when held to a bright light, you can see hairline fractures in them.
ie.. when a friends fell from the couch cousion to a carpeted floor the same problem occurred and you can see the crack, it's very slight but it's there.
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did you try to restart from "last known good configuration"? if it doesn't solve your problem do this: on Windows Advanced Option Menu, pls select an option "Disable Automatic Restart On Your System Failure" then post here the error message.
If you have having boot problems and the system keepsrestarting, then turn off the computer, then hit the power button andimmediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Scrolldown past Safe Mode and you will see an option to DISABLE AUTOMATIC RESTART.Take the Disable Automatic Restart option. This should allow you to see an error message if one is being presented.
When the files in your system are corrupted, your HP laptop would reboot automatically. When the files which are required to run the Operating System like fonts under Windows FONTS directory are been smashed then your system's Operating System will force your HP Laptops to restart continuously. Thus in such a situation you would have to change the name FONTS in the Windows directory.
step 1 check the chord or the charger for your notebook its broken or good to use.. ste2. remove the battery from the notebook and press and hold the power button on the notebook for 4-5 sec and then put the battery back and then try to restart the notebook
To resolve the issue, Please perform the following steps:
Step 1: BIOS Reset
To reset the BIOS defaults, follow these steps:
1. Restart the computer and press F2 (F10 in some Notebooks) as soon asthe HP logo appears.
2. Go to Exit menu and select Load BIOS defaults or press F9.
3. Go to Exit menu and select Save changes and Exit or press F10.
This will reset the BIOS defaults. Now, when the Notebook restarts,press F8 repeatedly until the start up menu appears. Select the Safe Mode and press Enter Key to enter in Safe Mode and then perform the step 2.
Step 2 :Disable the "Automatically Restart" under System Failure:
1. Click Start, right-click the My Computer icon, then Properties.
2. Click the Advanced tab, then Settings in the Startup & Recovery section.
3. Remove the check mark next to Automatically Restart under SystemFailure.
4. Click OK to close the Startup and Recovery window, then click OK to close the System Properties window.
5. Restart the computer.
Step3: Reinstall Power management
To reinstall Power Management in Windows XP, follow these steps:
1.Click Start, select Control Panel, and then choose Performance andMaintenance.
2.Click the System icon to open the System properties window.
3.Select the Hardware tab and click Device Manager.
4.Click the plus (+) sign next to System Devices.
5.Right-click the ACPI Fixed Features button and select Uninstall.
6.Restart the system.
On restarting the system, Windows will automatically detect and install Power Management on the computer.
To reboot (restart) the computer, go to start menu and choose restart. If the computer is stuck or has locked up, then press the power button down for 5-7 seconds until the computer has shutdown. You can then restart it.
If you have any windows xp bootable cd use that to fix the problem by running the command chkdsk /r/f or you can try with this just restart the system in safe mode with command prompt and type the command like c:\windows>chkdsk And c:\windows>chkdsk /r/f