Something in the boot procedure is smashing the PC. At that point Windows responds to the accident by rebooting.
You have to complete three things: stop the rebooting, make sense of what’s causing the accident, and fix it.
To start with, Stop the Reboots:
Boot your PC, and before the Windows logo goes ahead, more than once press and discharge F8 until the point that the boot menu shows up. Select Safe Mode.
When Windows is running in Safe Mode, click Start (In XP, click Start>Run; in Windows 8, utilize the Search enchant), type sysdm.cpl and select sysdm.cpl.
Tap the Advanced tab, and afterward tap the Settings catch under ‘Startup and Recovery’ (instead of the exchange box’s other two “Settings” catches). Uncheck Automatically restart.
At that point click OK and reboot.
Your PC will more likely than not crash, yet in doing as such, it will most likely offer an intimation or two about what’s off-base.
There’s a decent shot you’ll get a blue screen secured with white content – the feared Blue Screen of Death (BSoD).
In case you’re not getting a BSoD, maybe another kind of mistake message shows up. On another Internet-fit gadget, look for the words in that mistake message and check whether you can discover an answer.
Another recommendation: Since the accidents occur at boot time, they could be caused by a terrible autoloader. Boot into Safe Mode as depicted above, dispatch Windows’ MSConfig program, tap the Startup tab, and uncheck all projects that heap consequently when you boot.
In the event that you can effectively boot from that point onward, take a stab at exploring different avenues regarding rechecking a few autoloaders however not others until the point when you have discovered the offender.
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