System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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System rebooting Can't read the error message? Any help is useful.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #121142

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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This is a security system for your computer. If there is an error or in your computer or virus corrupted then you cannot stop automatic restart option on your computer. If your computer has a virus or dangerous threat like Trojan horse then you cannot stop this option manually or system 32 will not allow this because those virus programs or system 32 needs this option.
 
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In order to stop this option manually you need to use an updated antivirus software and clean virus from your PC and then turn off windows firewall. Now you can stop it manually and the system will restart manually.
Answered By 0 points N/A #121143

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Dear,
 
There are many reasons to restart computer. It can happen to Hardware or for software or can Virus. So it is not possible to give you specific solution. Please check one by one as below:
 
  1. Please open your CPU cover then change RAM. Now start your computer if the same problem Happen then change Power Supply unit. Normally for this two parts Rebooting problem occurred.
  2. If till the problem is there, then I am sorry to say that, you need to install windows again. If you want to do so, then please put off your HDD and connect it to another computer as a secondary drive then backup all necessary files and folders. Now collect windows installation CD. Please format your Hard Drive before install new Windows.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #121144

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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If your computer restarts again and again and you are unable you view error message then you have to right click on your my computer icon desktop, a window will open click on properties and then go to advance.

There will be an option under startup and recovery click on settings you will see an option which is check that says that automatically restart. Your computer will not restart again, whenever it restarts you will see a blue screen that shows an error message.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121146

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Try to install your computer in Safe Mode by hitting F8 as soon as Computer Starts.

go to Settings of Startup and Recovery and deselect Automatically restart

Select Safe Mode and let it start, it’ll take some time.

As soon as you’re on the Desktop, after making sure that you have logged in as Administrator. Go to the properties of your Computer, then click the Advanced tab, then go to Settings of Startup and Recovery and deselect Automatically restart, if it is checked.

Windows XP has a default setting to "Restart on failure" and which may be causing restarts.

Next time when your PC restarts you see a Blue Screen with a stop or an error message which you can use to research your problem.

Otherwise, go to System Restore from “Accessories”, “System Tools” and then “System Restore”, Restore your PC to some back date when the PC was running fine. Restart and enjoy.

If there is some new HW that you have installed like Modem or VGA, remove it and check its compatibility with your OS.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121147

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Don't fret. See My Computer? Right click on it. Look for properties then click on it and then select the advance tab. You'll see there Settings on Start up ad recovery and then deselect Automatically restart. After doing this, If your PC tries to reboot, you will now see an error message on a blue screen which will allow you to identify the problem.

Try it. Hope it'll help.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121148

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Your issue could be caused by a problem with the operating system, any software or hardware, malware, or even overheating of a component. If it’s the operating system, follow the steps below to perform a system repair:
 
1. Go to your BIOS, set the first boot device to CD-ROM.
 
2. Insert the Windows XP disk and when asked to press any key to boot from CD, press a key.
 
3. Do as instructed until you are given the options to select your existing Windows XP installation. Select it and press R.
 
4. System repair will now get started. It will take a while so be patient.
 
5. When your system has been successfully repaired, a screen will appear.
 
Press F3 when asked. 6. Reboot the system and see if this has solved the issue.
 
If it’s a problem regarding a software program, follow the steps below:
 
1. Right-click My Computer and click Properties.
2. Go to the Advanced tab from the System Properties window.
3. Click Settings under Startup and recovery.
4. Uncheck automatically restart and click OK.
 
If the problem hasn’t been solved yet, use an anti malware program to scan for viruses, Trojans, etc. If the problem still persists, it might have been the result of an issue regarding your computer hardware.
 
If you have installed a new hardware, remove it and see if the problem goes away. Make sure the drivers are up-to-date and are not conflicting with one another. Besides, check the temperature of your processor using HWMonitor or Realtemp.
 
Thanks.
Answered By 0 points N/A #121149

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Hi Mar182,
 
The question does not provide a lot of detail but from what you have stated, you are having problems with the system rebooting itself without allowing you to read the error message.
 
There are several causes of this type of problem:
 
Possible Problem 1:
 
First, the computer may be overheating and automatically rebooting itself. Severely multitasking the computer makes the CPU operate at high capacity and this generates a huge amount of heat in the process.
 
Using your computer in a high temperature environment adds up to the heat energy an average computer produces already and can lead to overheating as well. At high temperature, failsafe software, shuts down your computer to prevent damage.
 
Solution:
 
Try to run fewer applications to reduce the amount of heat produced by the processor when running them. Close any applications which may be idle since they contribute to this problem.
 
If this does not work, please contact the manufacturer for it to be fixed If your computer is still under warranty. You might also want to contact a hardware specialist who can replace the fan.
 
Possible Problem 2:
 
Another problem might be that your computer may be infected by a virus. This may have occurred due to downloading of infected files from the internet or plugging an infected storage device into your machine.
 
Solution:
 
Try conducting a full scan on your computer using antivirus software like Avast which are readily available online for free. It will probably find some infected files which can either be repaired or deleted. Please do not delete a system file as it will adversely affect your system.
Answered By 0 points N/A #121151

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Hi,

Solution #1

Go to the Safe Mode by pressing F8 before the windows start. If your system doesn't reboot, it means that something is running in your system that needs to be removed like viruses.

So while you're in the Safe Mode you can delete all files in C:WindowsTemp Folder and C:Documents and Settings<your account name>Local Settingstemp and C:Documents and Settings<your account name>Local Settingstemporary internet files. You can also uninstall programs that you think you don't need. Then restart your computer.

Solution #2

If your computer is still rebooting after you do the Solution #1, restore your computer to the earlier date using system restore in the startprogramsaccessoriessystem tools.

Solution #3

If Solution #2 still doesn't resolve the problem, back up your my document folder and other important files then repair the windows using your windows installer CD or DVD, just insert the CD or DVD in the optical media drive.

Then follow the installation wizard until it detects the system has an existing operating system. Then look for the repair existing windows option. Then follow the rest of the wizard.

Solution #4

If Solution #3 still not resolving the problem, you have a hardware problem. Try to replace the following hardware one at a time: RAM, Hard drive and Motherboard Battery in order to identify the hardware that is causing the problem. 

Regard,

FireFly99

Answered By 0 points N/A #121152

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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If you hear a single short beep therefore the hardware is ok and it may be a software problem. Try to go to the Safe Mode by pressing F8 upon starting up and select Safe Mode. When you try to logon to perform system restore. If you do not hear a single beep to check your hardware, the heat sink should be intact and the CPU is not overheating.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121153

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Hi,

What you need to do is when your PC is starting check to see if you can get to safe mode, and do a system restore on your machine. Most likely this problem has occurred because your hard drive problem.

You should take out your hard drive and check it on another CPU. If you can log into it, perform the system restore. You can also try booting it back up using the CD software. By pressing F8 you can chose the booting device that was used to configure the system, and it is supposed to work fine.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121154

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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There are many errors in Window Operating system that reboot system. This avoids hardware damage. But the most often problem is memory crash. This could be because of bad sectors in hard disk. Or memory crash in RAM.

When an operating system has no space in RAM to boot its software it crashes. It does not allow user to read the error but you see a blue screen before rebooting. You need to reinstall your operating system.

Thank you hoping this answer to the question.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121155

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Hello Mar,

In order to resolve the issue that you are getting, you will need to try booting from a USB device, and then after that you will do the following:

  • Open Applications, and then Accessories.
  • After that go to the terminal and post the output of the following: sudo fdisk -l

Regards,

Nicke

Answered By 0 points N/A #121156

System Rebooting but Unable to Read Any Error Messages

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Hi,

Try to follow these steps to solve your problem.

First, Download the MemTest and burn to CD. Then go to Bios and your first bootable is to place your CD/DVD. Reboot w/ CD already in the drive. And it takes a lot of time. Run for minimum 7. It is because 8 individual test/pass. It is also takes time but worth. But when the error appears, the memory must be replaced because it was corrupted.

Hope it will help you a lot.

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