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Problem "windows protection error , you must restart your computer." what does that mean ? Can't boot. help pls . Fast.

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What type of antivirus are you using?

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Can't reboot starts out li9ke noremal trhen a very quick blue screen and i have to restart the boot process all over againj


I came across this kind of situaiton on my HP laptop (win 7) and ended up with eliminating it with a boot program called BuitSuite and it helped entered my Windows and resolved the program. It seems that there is a system file missing which lead to error loading error when you boot. Hope it will also help in your case, best regards.

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You have two options to remedy the problem. You really need to access the computer in Safe Mode and view the System Logs to determine the offending piece of hardware or software or virus. But your real question is how to stop the reboot. Use the F8 Key during boot. Right after you turn the computer on, start hitting the F8 Key. The Windows Boot MEnu will appear. at this point you can do one of two things to try to fix the problem. You can enter the computer in Safe Mode which load Windows with only the minimal necessary hardware and software drivers.If you want to see the error message, choose option 8 which tells the computer not to automatically restart after an error. This will enable you to determine the error message on the screen and prevent the system from just going through an endless loop of starting, erroring-out and restarting..

F8 (during boot) Holding F8 when booting displays the Windows Boot Menu
SHIFT (during boot) Holding SHIFT down when booting forces Windows into Safe Mode

Let me know if I can be of any other assistance to you

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If it is asking for a password, then you will have to enter the password. Othewise, you won't get past it.
If you have Windows XP, you can start in safe mode and log on as administrator--chances are it's not password protected. Most people forget to put a password on it. Then you can change or remove your password.

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Windows protection error


boot it from your recovery disc or a proper bootable OS disk, and try repair mode. if this doesnt work, you will need to reinstall your OS

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Try this: I got it from another website

Hit Windows + R and type cmd and press enter afterwards. Navigate to c:\ by typing cd.. until you are there. Boot.ini is hidden and write protected which means that we have to change that before we are able to edit it. Type the following commands:
  1. attrib -r -h -s boot.ini
  2. edit boot.ini
  3. Look for /NoExecute Optin or /NoExecute Optout and change that to /NoExecute AlwaysOff
  4. Save the edited file
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Problem


Well, from Microsoft (Microcrap) they say it can be cause by several things on your system.
  1. Motherboard going bad
  2. Memory chips going bad
  3. Windows file Win.com or Command.com is damaged or Infect with a Virus/Spyware/Adware/Trojan
  4. Real-mode driver & Protected-mode driver are conflicting
  5. Registry is corrupted. (Heaven forbid this happens)
  6. Plug-In-Play in bios is also corrupted
Among others items on your system.
One thing you can dois , find online MEMTEST and make a cd image of it. Let it run of the cd and see if your memory is bad.
Most simplest of what has to be done.

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Restart the computer and see what happens. I went to MIcrosofts website and didn't see any information on that error code.

Here is the support section for Vista on Microsofts website

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Any other advice?


hi....
this trick will allow u to use ur usb stick as a key to boot into windows . if someone tries to start the
computer without the usb stick , it will display boot errors. before we begin , let me tell u that playing
with the bios and boot files of ur computer may result in u not being able to boot into ur windows partition ; so continue at ur own risk!
step1: unhide hidden and protected files: go to tools > options > view , check show hidden files and uncheck hide protected system files
step2: from the drive where windows is installed copy the files boot.ini,ntdlr and ntdetect.com to ur usb stick
step3: now we need to go into ur bios , so restart and keep jabbing (F8 or DEL) as soon as the pc starts
step4: once the bios , enable usb drive as the first boot device u might have to enable usb legacy support on older bioses
step5: restart ur pc if all goes well , u should be able to log into windows if not, then unplug the usb stick , return to the bios and change the first boot device to ur hard disk drive and repeat the steps above
step6: once u r logged into windows , go to ur windows drive and rename boot.ini to boot.bak
step7: to check if u have setup everything correctly , eject usb and reboot the pc u should get error message on the screen such as "invalid boot.ini" or " windows could not start "
step8:incase windows does not load , use ur windows recovery disk by followin the steps at http://tinyurl.com/s9sd2

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Your going to have to put in the windows cd in and boot from it to repair the boot sector.

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