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After installing restore disk computer continuasly reboots after start up

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  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    make and model of the computer would be helpful.. have you set the bios to boot to the cd rom ?



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There maybe a hardware fault, is this your own restore disc specific to your pc? have you changed any hardware in the pc before using the restore disc, if so the software will not recognise the serial numbers of the new hardware and cause a looping reboot.

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