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PC REBOOT OVER AND OVER AGAIN.

My dell pc keeps rebooting over and over. The MICROSOFT WINDOW display comes then the screen goes blank then back to the Microsoft Windows screen. It con't to do this over and over.

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YOUR HARDRIVE MAY BE MALFUNCTIONING, IF U HAVE A RECOVERY CD, U MUST GO INTO THE COMPUTER SETUP, WHICH GIVES U THE KEYS TO PRESS WHEN THE COMPUTER COMES ON USUALLYA KEY LIKE F1 OR F8, PRESS THE CORRESPONDING KEY, GO TO THE BOOT MENU AND CHANGE THE BOOT SEQENCE TO BOOT FROM CD DRIVE INSTEAD OF HARDDRIVE FIRST ORDER. RESTART THE SYSTEM AND SEE IF U CAN ACCESS THE HARD DRIVE

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