MY PC KEEPS REBOOTING ITSELF

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JAIME - Aug 29, 2009 at 12:15 PM
 jojo - Oct 1, 2009 at 01:45 AM
Hello,
i WAS READING ALL THE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS GIVEN, HOWEVER NONE OF THEM WILL HELP ME, DUE TO THE FACT THAT COMPUTER LOADS UP BIOS INFORMATION AND REBOOTS RIGHTAWAY, I TRIED REPAIRING WITH THE WINXP CD, HOWEVER IT KEEPS REBOOTING EVEN LIKE THAT, MY QUESTION IS , COULD A FAULTY POWER SUPPLY OR MEMORY RAM CAUSE THIS BEHAVIOR?

THANK YOU ALL IN ADVANCE//
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Aug 30, 2009 at 09:30 AM
Hi there,

try to replace the memory


or enter safe mode


Click Start, then open Control Panel

Click Performance and Maintenance

Click System

Click on the Advanced Tab

Click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section

Uncheck Automatically Restart in the System failure section


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THANK YOU FOR THE ADVISE, HOWEVER THE COMPUTER'S MEMORY IS FINE AND SO IS THE PS, I HAVE TESTED THEM BOTH, I HAVE TWO HDs A SATA 80GB AND AN IDE 350BG, THE SATA HOLD THE OS WHILE THE IDE HOLDS ALL MY INFORMATION. BY CHANCE I NOTICE THAT IF I UMPLUG MY IDE HD , MY COMPUTER BOOST UP FINE..SO I THINK MY PROBLEM IS A FAULTY HD..THANK YOU ANYWAYS
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thanks so much for your precious ways on solving this problem...it really
helps me a lot..
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