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Windows 7 Restarting maybe because of serious
computer errors. If you see a blue screen error message for a few
seconds before the computer restarts then this is likely to be the
cause then it might be a hardware error.
The problem is caused by a damaged Windows installation CD.
There are some files that cannot be read from CD, so Windows gets stuck.
It tries to restart to continue with installation, and keeps doing this on an endless loop.
Get a goos Windows Installation CD and start from scratch, (format and load the new copy of Windows)
Right-click the disk (your primary hard disk, most probably should be the "C" drive) and select "Properties"
In the properties dialog click the tab "Tools"
Click "check now"
The "checking disk" dialog appears, check both options and click start
You will probably see a message that chkdsk wants exclusive access to the disk and therefore wants to begin first thing after you restart your computer. Accept by clicking ok.
Restart your computer
When your computer restarts you will see chkdsk advancing through several different stages of verification, examining your hard disk. If it detects no errors, Windows will continue to start to your normal desktop. If there are errors, chkdsk presents a report with what it has done and waits for your confirmation.
2. If the above doesn't solve your problem, repair the windows xp by doing as is given on the page at http://www.theeldergeek.com/repairing_windows_xp.htm (please see instructions under section "Windows Installation CD - Repair Current Installation:")
Do you get an error message which asks you send or dont send? if yes, delete all the temporary files by clicking on tools menu -> internet options -> general tab -> click delete button -> click delete all.
If there is no message before internet restarts, then uninstall internet explorer 7 from 'add/remove programs and try in ie6. if that does not work then remove ie6 from 'add/remove windows components' and restart computer then check internet explorer in 'add/remove windows components' and restart again. It should work.
Hi, when did this symptoms start on your PC? after a windows system update? Try to remove your present explorer with its previous version... try a rollback of the system to a time before you had this problem. Did it help? Leave me some feedback. Good luck and bye.