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My computer alwas turn of after booting.

My computer turned off sometimes after loading the bios program, sometimes after loading windows, so I can't workon it.
when it turned off I can't turned it on. but whwn I move the electrical cable and I put it again the computer tunrn on but not for a long time.
so can you guys help me to make a solution.. t.u












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Look, maybe you need to check your CMOS configuration, sometimes the CPU are not syncronized with the Peripherals or with the Mainboard, check it.

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

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    Check your CMOS configuration, sometimes the CPU are not syncronized with the Peripherals or with the Mainboard, good luck.

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most rescpetec for you plz hlpe me problem this system compaq ip bios problem

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Replace the cable that goes from the wall socket to the power supply and post back results

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please check bios boot type I sujspect it may be booting for UEFI rather than for legacy boot. Windows 8 will boot on UEFI boot type but windows 7 will need legacy bios type of boot up settings in bios
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Boot menu


Your computer's BIOS, or basic input/output system, regulates several important system functions before your operating system loads.
The BIOS can even tell your operating system which device it should load from, whether the computer's hard drive or a USB stick.
You can control this and other options from the BIOS boot menu.
If you own an Acer Aspire One netbook and want to access the boot menu, you can do so by entering the computer's BIOS.

Turn off your Acer Aspire One netbook.
Turn it back on.

Press "F2" when you see the Acer logo appear as the computer boots up.
This will open the computer's BIOS menu.

Press the arrow keys to highlight the Boot option.
Press the down arrow key to highlight specific boot settings to change.


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Windows operating systems support a variety of boot options on the Windows Advanced Options Menu that allow you boot your computer based on your need.

They support boot options such as Safe Mode, which is generally best for troubleshooting and virus removals; or the Safe Mode with Networking, which allows to use an Internet connection while troubleshooting system problems.
Within seconds, you can access the boot menu and select the option that works well for the task you want to accomplish.

Shut down all currently running programs and restart your computer.
Press "F8" repeatedly before the Windows icon shows up on your screen.
This will bring you to the "Windows Advance Options Menu."

Scroll down and select the boot option you want.
Press "Enter."You can select from "Safe Mode" "Safe Mode with Networking" or your regular booting option.
Choose the boot option based on your need.
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Computer boot screen slow?


Do the following to make your PC Fast

Do 1

1. Turn on your computer, and hold down delete.
2. In the BIOS window, look for the Boot Menu option.
3. Choose the QUICK BOOT to turn off memory test
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5. Turn off any logo displays.
6. Restart

Do 2

1. Open your Start menu.
2. Click Run
3. In the command screen type msconfig
4. In the system configuration utility,click either BOOT tab.
5.In the boot menu, change the default setting for Time Out from 30 to 5 seconds.

Do 3

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4. Choose Startup Programs from the Category option
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Do 5

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4. Select Indexing Service and Double click on it.
Select Manual under Startup Type.
5. Click Stop
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"bootlock" When I turn the computer I get a message


The Boot Block

The preceding section discusses updating the program code in the system BIOS by flashing it (replacing it under software control). If the flash procedure is done improperly, the BIOS code can become corrupted, which will cause the system to go into an unbootable state. Many newer systems come with a feature where a 4 KB "boot block" program is included as part of the BIOS. This is a tiny piece of code whose job it is to recover from a situation where the BIOS code is incorrect or corrupted.

If your motherboard supports this feature, when the PC tries to boot and finds the BIOS code corrupted, the boot block will try to recover the BIOS code, usually by reading it from a specially-prepared floppy disk. You may have to change a jumper on the motherboard to enable this capability, and you may need to make use of a "plain vanilla" ISA video card. The boot block will load the BIOS code and then when you next reboot, the regular BIOS code should be in place and the problem resolved.

You will need to follow the special recovery procedure outlined by your motherboard manufacturer if you want to take advantage of this feature.

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How to i restart my computer as if i just brought it from the store, turning it on for the first time


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This will put you in the recovery program, which will reinstall windows for you.

If you do, place the recovery CD in your computer and turn it on. If it winds up just loading your hard drive's OS, then restart the computer and enter setup (usually one of the function keys or del.. it will tell you on the post screen). Once you are in setup, goto the boot tab and change the boot order to CDROM being first (it will most likely have the harddrive first). Once you put CDROM as first boot, the computer will load your recovery CD. Just exit and save out of setup and let the CD load the recovery program.

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Computer crashed, won't go to windows


Hi,

When you start you computer, after the bios flash. press the F8 on your keyboard before the Windows start loading. You should have an option to select to go to safe mode.

Select the safe mode option only. See if it will load the Windows under the safe mode option. If it did load the Windows under safe mode. There is an issue loading the driver of your Windows O.S. that i why its not booting under the Normal mode. Sometimes this is cause also by a Virus on your computer. You can run the Anti-Virus program under Safe mode to check for viruses

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after rebooting. Follow the on screen instruction on how to repair the O.S. There should be an option to repair the O.S. when you boot the computer using the Windows O.S. Disc

Note:
If you could do a backup of your files, do it first before repairing the O.S.

If it will not resolve the issue, you will have to reformat your computer.

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Hi,

According to the intel manual the key is F2

"The BIOS Setup program can be used to view and change the BIOS settings for the computer. The
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That is from the manual for the board, instead of reinstalling Windows you may as well just change the product key on one of the installations to your other copy.

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