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Computer freezes and restarts


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Hi, everytime i turn on my computer it load until it reaches the desktop and the soon after it will reset. i am sure i do not have any viruses because at first i thought that a virus had caused my computer to randomly reset and so i got help in another topic forum. all my viruses have been removed and the computer is clean but now i can barely even turn on my computer. (By the way, i am not on the computer with the problem right now). sometimes when i turn on the computer, the monitor wont turn on and the Computer will make the same beeping sounds each time.
I am not able to get to a working computer very often so i wont be able to reply for a while. Please help, and thanks in advance.
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Boot the PC and keep tapping the delete key until it enters set up, look for BIOS defaults, load those, press F10 to save then type Y and press enter

Let it load to the desktop then reboot and keep tapping F8 until you get options, choose safe mode then press enter to see if it loads

How many beeps

Which motherboard make and model
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For some reason my computer is working after doing almost nothing to it. it might only have stuffed up because of dust in computer or someinthtg but it is okay now thanks anyway
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Thank You for letting me know
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