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Computer keeps restarting & won't even go to safe mode or any other options.

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Test or replace your PSU power supply unit

one bad/faulty lead can cause a computer with lots of problems continually rebooting or failing to detect your drive

replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATA the ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive

make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ?

hope this helps?

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How to boot up computer in safe mode.


Now to get to safe mode, is a couple different ways depending on your OS.

For Windows 7
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Try booting to safe mode and check if your mouse works inside safe mode.

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Once you are inside safe mode, check if your mouse works. If it works, then you just need to update the mouse driver. You can use RadarSync to search and install the update into your computer. You better use Safe Mode with Networking because RadarSync needs the internet or even the manual updating process needs an internet connection.

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Okay, so I'm not even close to being savvy with computers. Anyways, my netbook keeps on restarting and won't let me go on to the desktop. Safe mode, safe mode with networking, and all those other...


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The computer shuts down on its own, stay on for about 5 mins. I made everything is plugged in.


Restart the computer in safe mode (Press F8 key when you restart computer and see the dell log untill you see the Advanced boot options, choose safe mode using your up and down arrow key and hit enter).

you system will load the basic windows drivers and will not connect to internet.
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HANGING PROBLEM EVERY MINUTE


Restart the computer in safe mode (Press F8 key when you restart computer and see the manufacturer log untill you see the Advanced boot options, choose safe mode using your up and down arrow key and hit enter).

your system will load the basic windows drivers and will not connect to internet.
Please keep your system on and work with it for some time and test it. Even in this mode if your computer restarts then its definitely due to heat, else its due to application errors or driver errors.

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Dell laptop every once in a while shuts down completely, im wondering if its over heating.


Restart the computer in safe mode (Press F8 key when you restart computer and see the dell log untill you see the Advanced boot options, choose safe mode using your up and down arrow key and hit enter).

you system will load the basic windows drivers and will not connect to internet.
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I have a major virus on my Advent 4211-B, it will not even start up properly, it just keeps repeating the same re-booting progress.


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and scan your pc and if you cannot enter into safe mode ,then you will need system restore cd and boot your computer from that cd and then restore it to previous date

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