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Restarting and turning on problem

I have a computer, i turned it off with the on/off botton and i try to turn it on the next morning and it keeps restarting. i get a screen that has the option "start windows normally" i press that and it keeps restarting. i press f8 and pick any option and it still keeps restarting. i want to go to safe mode and it still restarts. can you help me please?

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  • muyis01
    muyis01 May 11, 2010

    This are all the options you can check out:

    1) Update any and all ad-ware, spy-ware, and most importantly, anti-virus programs that are running on you computer.

    2) Run a virus scan, then spy-ware scan, followed by ad-ware.

    3) go to - system properties / advanced / startup and recovery?

    There's an option there that makes the system restart eveytime there's a system faillure. Make sure it's disabled.

    4) It could be a memory module gone bad or *********** board.


  • v_suspect
    v_suspect May 11, 2010

    Need to know what you did first after it happened? Did you installed a new program or a new hardware device? In some point, the system of your computer truncates for a possible cause of problem that it had encountered to further isolate the damage and won't cause big problems.

    Hope you could reply back soon.


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Maybe you should just take the memory boards from the motherboard for a few minutes and then put it back on the same place. It helps sometimes.

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