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My computer keeps restarting when its booting up.

by SpiritRaider / November 16, 2003 8:53 AM PST

My computer keeps restarting when its booting up.

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Re:My computer keeps restarting when its booting up.
by HerbChong / November 17, 2003 10:44 AM PST

what version of Windows are you running? have you tried booting in Safe mode?

Herb....

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Computer keeps restarting
by freddyyankanna / September 2, 2007 3:17 AM PDT

I have a p4 computer with Windows Xp Professional. When computer is switched on, it reads the drives and configuration but will not open Windows instead it opens up with to start normally or safe mode but clicking on these still wont open windows. Re boot from cd doesnot work. bios set to open with cd.

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Just a tip.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 2, 2007 5:28 AM PDT

Be careful about posting to a dead thread. Make your own next time.

My first thought is to examine your motherboard for this issue -> Read http://news.com.com/PCs+plagued+by+bad+capacitors/2100-1041_3-5942647.html and click on the pictures to see the issue.

The failure to boot from CD is a typical easy to fix issue. I use my cd/dvd lens cleaner and if it fails to boot I try a new DVDRW drive.

Bob

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