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Windows 2000 Reboots Repeatedly

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Troubleshooting a Windows 2000 machine that is stuck in an endless cycle where it constantly restarts over and over. I have tried booting into safe mode, last known good config, and no matter what option I try it restarts at the Windows 2000 starting screen, when the bar is about 75-100% complete then flashes a screen black screen with text but it is too quick to make out what the page says and then restarts. It does this constantly. Any idea's or suggestions?
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Hello Goza,

I'd start by running chkdsk /r in the recovery console. This will scan and fix disk errors. For more info, please click here:


Please report back after you run this. :tazz:
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