These are the ground/earth pins.6. I have an intel pentium 4 desktop computer. This is an old Compaq NX9005 that I'm attempting to reset to the factory settings (but the system restore doesn;t go back far enough). Once changed to "4", issue resolved. check over here
Report JazzCat- Jun 16, 2010 at 03:25 AM Please note: when I got to the point of restoring using restore points, there were none. That is, the CPU might need a "surge" of over 20 amps but only for 1 nanosecond (billionth of a second). However, before going further, definitely run "Windows Update" to install all OS patches, and get and install the latest drivers for all of your cards, especially your video and sound cards Report • #3 CristiTheBoy January 20, 2013 at 06:02:12 Fingers if i press F8 it shows me a screen with HardDisk and CDROM(probably thats how do i want to start the http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/89883-45-restarting
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Weak Memory ModuleI know you have changed the RAM but it is important that any new RAM module(s) be fully compatible with both the motherboard and/or any other RAM module(s) already I was totally lost on what to do when it crashed on me!!! Take it to a Service Technician. read this article In part two, you copy the registry files from their backed up location by using System Restore.
Register now Not a member yet? Windows Xp Reboots Continuously Type exit to quit Recovery Console. SYSTEM NOW BOOTS WITHOUT BLUE SCREEN. Hi Santhsh,Your problem could be many things, hardware, software or both.
You need a good memory test program, either Memtest or Memtest-86 (two similar but now different programs that evolved from a common base). http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/windows-xp-64-bit-keeps-rebooting-573599.html The software name is Inteli Smart. Windows Xp Reboot Loop This is the PWR_OK pin.5. Windows Xp Boot Loop No Safe Mode Report lori- Feb 5, 2009 at 08:35 PM hi im having the same problem as they other person was explaining ok sounds good and all im going to try that but
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if it's suposed to come with the computer, I already lost it, so where can I find that software online? Appreciated any help or info you can provide me. After a reboot or two, you'll probably be given that option, but if not, just tap the F8 key a few times once you see the Windows logo pop up on this content Some BIOS's will tell you what the CPU temperature is, If it gets beyond 50 degrees C, be suspicious.
Access is denied. Windows Xp Restarts Automatically While Booting The F8 screen you are getting just enables you to select your boot device for that session.Using F8 go to the boot device screen. Replace the power supply.7.
Report • #25 CristiTheBoy January 20, 2013 at 21:57:37 Something is not good...the F8 explication you made Derek doesn't work..I need a button...just a button...there are 25 comments and i dont Click System Restore, and then click Restore to a previous RestorePoint. Type exit to quit Recovery Console. Windows Xp Keeps Restarting Patlyn Report LuisGbK- Apr 22, 2010 at 04:46 AM Hi people, where can I find this cd hat Allwyn talked about?
Check the power supply. Report patty cak› prashant - Jan 18, 2010 at 06:48 PM Yep I have the same problem too and I tried this a few times and one thing I found out This worked for me on two different occasions. have a peek at these guys If you have a dual-boot or multiple-boot system, use the arrow keys to select the installation that you want to access, and then press ENTER.
Note Print these instructions before you continue. Click "Boot from LiveBoot" to access your rebooting XP system.