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XP Continually reboots


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geminimoon618

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I went to fix a computer today with XP home ed. OS installed. The OS will not load and the computer continually reboots. I cannot force-feed the system to boot from the CD-ROM, (all boot order to CD_Rom) Also, I cannot start the computer in safe-mode, Last Known Good Config, or any other of the options listed there, as the keyboard will not navigate threw the menu. The keyboard is in working order.
Does anyone know what could be causing these problems? The computer worked fine yeasterday.
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twistadias

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could be your RAM

im not too sure but i had problems like that because of my ram

also check all your pci cards.
Remove and put them back tightly
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Why don't you try to restore BIOS defaults and check with Keyboard disconnected. I had similar issue as the one of hte keyboard keys was stuck.
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To many 'could be' here, please give more detail like spec's and os's
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