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After restart Still returns after the computer is booted down and restarted. Any Suggestions.

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It might be the RAM problem or SMPS. Check ur system by changing those two

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Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS
the using arrow key scroll down to advanced bios features press enter change your first boot device to cd,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart

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1 Remove any floppy disks or bootable CDs, DVDs, USB flash drives or other bootable media from the computer. Attempt to restart the computer again. Proceed if you continue to receive the error.
2 Restart the computer again. Press the key required to enter your BIOS setup. (The monitor usually displays a "Press [key] to access BIOS" right after restarting your computer. Press the key shown on your screen.)
3 Navigate to the "Boot Options" or "Advanced" menu by using the arrow keys. (The precise menu terms will vary according to your computer and BIOS type.)
4 Select the hard disk that contains your operating system (usually C:) as your primary boot device. Select your CD/DVD drive, your floppy drive or another hard disk as your secondary boot device.
5 Save and exit the BIOS. Proceed with the next step if you see the "Non-system disk error" message again.
6 Restart the computer. Return to the BIOS' "Boot Options" screen by following the steps above, then set the "CD/DVD drive" as the primary boot device and the hard disk as the secondary boot device. Save and exit the BIOS.
7 Insert your Windows installation disc. Restart the computer. Press any key to boot from disc. Follow the on-screen prompts to reinstall Windows.
8 Replace your hard disk drive if you cannot install Windows.

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Check your fan oover the processor and make sure its spinning. Next check if the heatsink is dirty then and clean it if necessary. If you do not feel comfortable opening your computer up, take it to a repair shop and explain the problem to them.

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Go to Apple menu > Restart and hold down your mouse button until the disk ejects.

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If all other methods fail, you can try to eject the disk using the firmware (this may not work on all computers). To use this method, start up and briefly use the computer with only the firmware loaded, not the standard Mac OS X interface.

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sallyb
Your registry is needs fixing.
PC's today get cluttered with more damaging data, junk, and extra files than ever. This results in poor PC performance, frequent system crashes, slow Internet connections and worse. Fortunately there are some great software downloads that you can use to fix things.
You can do two things.
1. download a registry fixer, which would be difficult for you to do since your system cannot restart.
OR
2. Reinstall your operating system. restart your computer and while it is restarting hold down the delete button. It will bring up your bios. there you can then go into your c-mos setup and change your boot settings to BOOT FROM CD FIRST. THEN HARD DRIVE..
When you finish that, press F10 to exit and save settings.
Ten insert your windows disk and restart system. Reformat the entire drive. (NOTE: YOU WILL LOSE YOUR INFO). OR you can tell it to repair .
My advise to you is when it is finish repairin. backup all your important files and follow step 2 but this time you would want to reformat the Hard Drive. (that is to wipe it clean and reinstall windows fresh.

Please let me know if this help.

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