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I've tried numerous fixes, if anyone has a clue please share it. Besides, if it is a program you are running as soon as you re-install it, it will start all over again. Jun 16, 2006 #8 ruffbong TS Rookie I too have a serious problem with the above described problem, no blue sreen, and the system just restarts and restarts. Don't be afraid to use it because it is the same crap from Windows me, system restore is a lot better in Windows XP and later.

jeff says June 29, 2008 at 4:55 pm I have 2 computers now that keep restarting. It's not that MS wanted to just develop something new to scam the public. This has happened since we have had the computer. Everyone just thinks their a wanker but It makes them feel special I guess. recommended you read

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Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer by Stormhound / May 25, 2006 9:10 PM PDT In reply to: 5/26/06 Help! Any ideas on this extra directory? So the hard ware is ok.

I had nothing but grief with the unstable operating system for the almost three months I owned it until I returned it at the end of the return policy period. Helpful +4 Report Weed Mar 17, 2009 at 08:45 AM PDUB, Thanks for the thorough response. but cannot get that recovery page to appear, no matter which option I choose at that Windows Advanced Options Menu, the systme just restarts.... I have 2 hd's on system so had to switch master/slave config and it seemed to work.

I can show the screen for booting in safemode f8 but can not move to option of safemode because my arrow keys don't work. Windows 10 keep your hardware. You guys are creative. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/disk-read-error-occurred-message-how-do-i-fix-this Please help!

I cannot reformat the harddrive as I do not have the windows XP disk, I have the key, just not the disk. View all 10 comments Report RAZOR- Mar 2, 2009 at 02:44 AM my comp just sits at "loading ur personal settings" and i'm stuck using safe mode until its fixed PLEASE I was having the same problem with my computer rebooting randomly. by fishnet555 / May 25, 2006 11:12 PM PDT In reply to: 5/26/06 Help!

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anyone know what she could do? by d2790hm / May 26, 2006 6:41 AM PDT In reply to: 5/26/06 Help! Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device jim says May 21, 2009 at 4:54 am hardware defectiveness might be the cause… savvy… memory modules!! The cure was to remove the heatsink and apply new thermal grease betwen heatsink and chip to restore thermal bond.

Ipressed F2 then the computer just restarts and does the whole thing agian over and over. Just IMHO but that's where I stand. Let me know if it helped.. -Nick Helpful +6 Report lifeisagame Aug 27, 2008 at 07:01 AM you can download the xp disk and burn it to re-format your computer. I am a big fan of having the taskbar on the right side of the screen.

I've tried both profiles and both act as mentioned above - a quick flash of the desktop screen sans icons and then back to the welcome screen. Bob says January 26, 2008 at 10:19 am Check the wiring on the power on LED and reset buttons if you toggle them and the cpu fan begins to run then It is all clean, nothing bad detected. Report Weed- Apr 15, 2009 at 08:23 AM More importantly, what Windows and most operating systems have taught me, is never to keep any data that I want on the boot

It can do this all day long and it's so pain in the ass! Min says July 10, 2008 at 9:34 pm My computer keeps restarting it loads to desktop and it restarts so how do i fix that problem? The same thing happens every time and im having the same problem right now, my internet stopped working along with my mums and my brothers (all using wireless), they managed to

I personally think it's a Windows problem.

I checked the original hard drive. If any of that stuff sounds familiar too, or if every time you try to diagnose your problem you come up with something different... I move the mouse or keyboard but nothing happened pls help me. I tried the 512 and the 256 separately, and got the same response.

I have an AMD Athalon 2600+. Hope this helps you. At that moment, Windows XP will become the most viable attack target on the Internet for malware and cybercrime. Waiting and waiting and thats it, blank screen from then on- nothing.

Jun 19, 2006 #11 ratfink TS Rookie my computer has the same problems as yours, it is definately the hard drive cause when i replaced my new faulty hdd with a So basically, even when I click on safemode, it restarts the computer, I can't even get to the desktop, and the windows cd won't work either. when used with some desktop settings.6. Uncheck the box to disable the firewall.Tips:ICF does not existing in Windows XP Service Pack 2.

Why not just keep our beloved XP systems and switch to PCMatic? If there was ever a case to be made for this in terms of security, this would be it. Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top stander2 Posts: 17 This post has been reported. What else could the problem be?

F2 for Bios Report pat- Apr 24, 2009 at 11:00 PM Dave, your suggestion solved the problem for me. I am able to continue in safe mode and it doesn't restart anymore. The windows theme is forced by the "smart" routers in my company. If so what else could be the problem?

Thanks all. Another advantage to doing this will allow you to use themes which was probably not possible before. when i use it in safe mode than its working fine but in normal mode it cant be usaed . I took my HD out and brought it over to a friends house and did a full scan.

and start>control panel>add remove programs ...)). the choices they give me are boot in safe mode, boot normally, and boot last good conifguration. After this the chip resumed normal operation, and has not caused further problem. what was I saying Oh yeah for those who think I'm Nuts Theres best buy be sure to load up the wallet with that cash for labor , and get those