System rebooting

This is a discussion on System rebooting within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; By default, Windows reboots whenever there's a blue screen (which is usually stupid). You can try to check if you ...

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    By default, Windows reboots whenever there's a blue screen (which is usually stupid). You can try to check if you get one by undoing this default behavior.
    Go into system, advanced tab -> start (and restore)?, and untick Reboot Automatically.
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    Thank u all .
    Yesterday the problem got worse and system simply went off.
    I tried to switch on the system but to no avail.It simply won't switch on.
    But today when i switched it on it budged.But I am afraid my system would reboot again
    at any time even as i type this.
    Go into system, advanced tab -> start (and restore)?, and untick Reboot Automatically.
    I did that and waiting for the blue screen..
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesmithx View Post
    Thank u all .
    Yesterday the problem got worse and system simply went off.
    I tried to switch on the system but to no avail.It simply won't switch on.
    But today when i switched it on it budged.But I am afraid my system would reboot again
    at any time even as i type this.

    I did that and waiting for the blue screen..
    Sounds like a broken power supply - but could be any number of other components related to getting the system to run at all.

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    phew!Problem solved

    Thanks all.
    The problem was in SMPS.
    I bought a new one and my sys is working pretty well.
    Thanks again all for your time and help.
    Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted
    - Albert Einstein.


    No programming language is perfect. There is not even a single best language; there are only languages well suited or perhaps poorly suited for particular purposes.
    - Herbert Mayer

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