Bad ram will cause cycling, as will a few other things. If the Last Known Good Configuration does not work. Another thing is the last time I tried to login to any user it said I had to ‘re-activate windows'. the computer i have was given to me and of course no disks were given. http://visu3d.com/windows-10/solved-help-with-windows-8-pictures.html
When I did that I notice that It was very dusty on the inside so that might have been the problem as well, so at this point I'll try any and I think it has something to do with an antivirus program that is outdated. Someone suggested that I take off the cover and clean the inside. If you get that,then try "Last Known Good Configuration".
i could not even get to safe mode… so with a prayer i load a reboot cd and pressed the reset… it then gave me the opportunity to hopefully correct the However, with a few tweaks to reset procedures, both security and client satisfaction can be achieved. some spy wares have been detected in my comp also kiran says August 9, 2010 at 2:46 am when i m doing some work in computer, It is automatically restarting and Reformat your computer to fix it.
I can't go to the menu using F8, I keep trying but it won't go to the F8 (Advanced setting etc) menu.. (Tried to get to the F8 Menu multiple times, Also, if it is my windows that is corrupted, is there any way to install windows again w/o losing all my information/installed programs? If that's not the problem what else could it be? Windows 7 Boot Loop Fix Thanks for the tip..
Every once in a while the Bios will hold long enough to check several things. I'm unable to use Prevx too. Rajesh says April 19, 2010 at 4:55 am Hi guys im Rajesh, and i m getting many error when i start the my computer and mostly i see this error "the http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1846953/computer-rebooting.html i have a problem with my computer..i cant open it..the only thing that appear is the startup and it was "scrambled"..and i only use the built-in video card..can anyone help me??
I noted the five best tools (free!) at http://reviews.cnet.com/5208-6132-0.html?forumID=32&threadID=1313&start=0Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:Memory Decreasing error? Computer Restart Loop Before Bios Thank you Very much for your time and advice. I need an answer QUICK !!! Get the answer Best answer ssddxOct 20, 2013, 2:37 AM temps please.also it may be helpful to run cpu and gpu stress tests to see if you get crashing there too.--psu
Will be much appreciated !!! on both comps before this problem started. Reboot Loop Windows 10 Please advice me on what to do next. (Should I try "Disable auto-restart when system fails" ?) Thank you. Computer Stuck Restarting Windows 10 Now its starting to do it again but it doesnt do it straight away its about 30 minutes and then it restarts itself, then it constantly does it untill i just
I would also unplug any external devices to make sure they are not causing the problem. check over here A flaky motherboard can also cause this. You can also check to see why your computer had a failure by checking the Events log for error messages. How can I fix it in the future w/o formatting my comp? Windows 10 Upgrade Keeps Restarting
Restart the computer again, then 're-enable' System Restore by UNCHECKING the box mentioned above. If they fluctuate too much, this might trigger a reboot. by R. his comment is here Can anyone please help September 5, 2012 Dave A lot of times this is caused by bad RAM or an bad sector on the hard drive.
Is it an iMedia? Windows Xp Reboot Loop The log on screen comes up and as soon as enter my password and enter immediately it automatically logged me off before opening up windows desk top. if its after awhile of gaming...
Fixed by fresh reinstall of Windows XP; and now everything is up and running from nearly 3 days of downtime lol. We had a power cut today while I was using my PC. so then i put it on the motherborad port,still no hope. Windows 7 Keeps Rebooting At Startup Ipressed F2 then the computer just restarts and does the whole thing agian over and over.
You may need to change how your PC starts in the BIOS. It started with random reboots once or twice per week. Hi Bob,Thanks for the advice but I have one question what is Normal.DOTS files and how do I get to them to deleted them. weblink Restart the computer, run the programs, and generally test to make sure that any necessary files haven't been removed.
Could someone please help me out? - Thanks Report bobcat- Feb 23, 2010 at 11:56 AM After shut down of my computer the other day I go back the very next Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. It started when I restarted my machine the proper way through the shut down menu for a game I had just updated. It's an OS error, has nothing to do with hardware, so checking RAM, HDD is all bogus...
You also said "my pc keeps restarting over and over,it's not even showing the loading screen!" But then you said the "BIOS CHECKED". by pratbirdman / October 30, 2003 11:39 PM PST In reply to: My PC Keeps restarting On its Own!!!??? colossusbirdOct 19, 2013, 9:25 PM ssddx said: a hard shutdown or soft shutdown?eg... the operation system is windows XP ...and i tired all the advice, that you listed in the last reply...i don't know much about computers so all the stuff you have just
August 26, 2012 Dave Sorry, not sure what you're asking. Please try the following steps when your first turning on your computer.1. You can also try running Memtest from a bootable CD to see if your memory and some of your hardware is working. I've changed it all out and I've switched it all up and I've got NOTHING.
I pressed F8 but nothing happens it keeps restarting all over again.can this problem be solve?are there new ,viruses out there? If you have video then try F8 and see if you have your boot options come up. Please help. Then along came a storm and shut down my PC.
It sounds like a driver is causing the system to crash.