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Computer restarting

by vlasicz / May 12, 2009 5:35 AM PDT

Hey!

I have a problem.Well, my mom told me yesterday that her computer starts restarting right after windows loads.When u start it,it goes normaly,untill it comes to the part when Windows says that some change happened before and in wich mode would i like to start it.It gives me following options:
-Safe mode
-Safe mode command point
-Safe mode networking
-Last good configuration
-Start windows normaly.

No matter wich option i pick it starts loading that screen where that line keeps moving to the right and from left to right again.Then there is this blue screen for half a second and it restarts.I saw one topic when someone had the same problem but there was no answeres.But this happened to me also a month ago.So i took it to a friend,who said that there was some kind of resolution problem.In the end he fixed it and give me advices what to do next time.He said that when i start the computer that I keep pressing F5 and i will get this whole list of things what to choose.He said that i must pick ''enable VGA mode''.I did that but nothing changed.But somehow he did fixed my computer while i cant fixed moms.I would ask for some orders what should i do,how can i do it,what i must press to do it becouse im a total computer newbie.

Regards

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"Computer" isn't much information!
by Cursorcowboy / May 12, 2009 11:59 PM PDT
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weell
by vlasicz / May 13, 2009 3:22 AM PDT

i cant tell all system info couse i must check and i cant turn it on.Its xp prof btw.

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ah
by vlasicz / May 13, 2009 3:29 AM PDT

ah I would just like to ask where could i find the menu,for option of ''Recovery mode'' and ''scan disc''

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