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My pc kept restarting and restarting...


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Kenneth1985

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My computer kept restarting itself after a power failure......

what can i do to solve this problem???

when i off and on my com..... It come up with the option of start window normally, safe mode, safe mode with networking and safe mode with command prompt.....

I;ve tried all... but it brings me back to this screen again and again....

I'm using window xp....... so it comes with the system recovery option upon the setup screen...... i've tried... but it brings me back to that screen again.......

the only place that i can go is..... the bios setup....

is there anything i can resolve by entering the bios setup???

pls help....

really appreciate any help......

thanks.....
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Neil Jones

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Do you have an XP CD? You'll need one.
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Thats Really Odd. Thats EXACTLY the same reason I'm visiting the Forum Right Now.
I'll Start my own thread "to avoid confusion"
I hope we're able to resolve this!

Edited by moofeet, 10 June 2007 - 05:13 PM.

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moofeet

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I have my XP Windows CD in Hand :whistling:
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Moofeet I have responded to your thread these may be 2 separate issues. If you have any questions or comments in regards to your problem you may reply in your thread.

Kenneth1985 I would like to welcome you to geekstogo.

When the windows advanced option menu comes up again.

Choose Disable restart on system failure. If you get a blue screen error message please post the Technical Information in your next reply. If you do not get a Blue screen error message please post back indicating your computer make and model and that you have not received a blue screen error message.
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