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Am i dont know if my problem is hardware or software...so what happend is my computer just restarted by itself when i opened a program then after that it kept restarting it'll go to the "Windows XP" logo then restarts then one time it said "Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing" then i cleaned installed my Drive C: then it was going fine until it did a software and hardware inspection thing then it said corrupted file and every time a restarted theres a new corrupted file such as:

-lbrtfdc.sys
-vga.sys
-cpqarray.sys
-setupdd.sys
-acpi.sys
-usbenci.sys
-dmio.sys

the next day i turned my computer on it said "no video input" and i was pretty sure everything was connected properly, so if anyone knows how to fix or tell me whats happening to my computer it'll be greatly appreciated

-thanks in advance :whistling:
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Can you start hitting the F8 key on your keyboard when the computer is starting up and get into safe mode? If so then you may be able to go to the last known good configuration to get the OS back. Soemthing else to check is look in device manager or computer info and see if there is IRQ sharing and what is sharing there. Sometimes when more than one piece of hardware wants to run at the same timeconflicts can cause toe system to go into a continuous reboot. Good example of this is trying to run a ethernet connection and a dialup modem at the same time.

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Yes I've tried running it in Safe Mode and all the other Modes but I always get the same result it'll go up to the "Windows XP" logo then restarts.
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You will now have to have a XP cd and do a repair install over top of your original install.

http://www.geekstogo...ws_XP-t138.html

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but my monitor wont work when i connect it, it just says "no video input" but when i connected my monitor to my friends PC it worked, I think my motherboard is damaged or something...
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How were u connected when u got to the Win Xp logo?
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That was a few days ago then i unplugged the monitor and all that then put my computer away then i gave it another go to try to make it work but when i connected all the stuff then it said "no video input"
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I understand that u moved the compute to put it away.
In this situation I would open the computer and push the cables and the cards audio/graphics/net/... in place in case one got kncked out of place. And then try again.
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Ok, i'll try that

-thanks for your time :whistling:
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still "no video input"... i've reconnected everything and nothing changed...
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