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Old 04-23-2008, 02:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Computer rebooting ????

I am having some trouble
This xp pro is rebooting by it self, when ever it wants

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Okay have you done and disk checks? Have you tried a repair install? Have you tried any troubleshooting?
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Okay have you done and disk checks? Have you tried a repair install? Have you tried any troubleshooting?
yes i have done the disk checks not the repair,i was hoping i good just install what ever i was missing.
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Ok, after the computer reboots, after it gets passed the BIOS screen, start pressing F8 until you get to a screen with multiple options about Safe Mode, etc. CHoose the one that says "Disable restart on system failure," then choose XP Pro on the next screen. Let us know if you get a blue screen error.

If you do get a blue screen with white text (BSOD), then write down the following information before you restart, and post it here:

The words in all caps at the top (something like IRQ_IS_LESS_OR_EQUAL) or something like that; and also the STOP error code at the bottom of the screen. It'll be in the following format: 0x000000##, where ## = a combination of numbers/letters.
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Ok, after the computer reboots, after it gets passed the BIOS screen, start pressing F8 until you get to a screen with multiple options about Safe Mode, etc. CHoose the one that says "Disable restart on system failure," then choose XP Pro on the next screen. Let us know if you get a blue screen error.

If you do get a blue screen with white text (BSOD), then write down the following information before you restart, and post it here:

The words in all caps at the top (something like IRQ_IS_LESS_OR_EQUAL) or something like that; and also the STOP error code at the bottom of the screen. It'll be in the following format: 0x000000##, where ## = a combination of numbers/letters.
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Ok, after the computer reboots, after it gets passed the BIOS screen, start pressing F8 until you get to a screen with multiple options about Safe Mode, etc. CHoose the one that says "Disable restart on system failure," then choose XP Pro on the next screen. Let us know if you get a blue screen error.

If you do get a blue screen with white text (BSOD), then write down the following information before you restart, and post it here:

The words in all caps at the top (something like IRQ_IS_LESS_OR_EQUAL) or something like that; and also the STOP error code at the bottom of the screen. It'll be in the following format: 0x000000##, where ## = a combination of numbers/letters.
o.k i did as you suggested and no blue screen.

I am leaving for a few days but i will check back as soon as i can
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Yes stop by again after you get another BSOD and let us know the info we need.
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