How to know the reason when XP reboot at starting


H

hon123456

Dear all,

My windows XP reboot when starting. But it just reboot
without prompting any message. How can I let the XP show message about
what file is causing the reboot. Or how can I let blue
dump error message screen exist when XP reboot. Now the XP just reboot
without any message.
I have press F8 when the XP start. But there does not exist any option
to let windows show the blue error screen or any error message about
what file is causing the reboot. Please help.

Thanks
 
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G

Guest

You may go to control panel (if system let you to do)>system>Advanced>startup
& recovery and check off automaticaly restart -- the blue screen will remain.
 
W

Wesley Vogel

This won't fix your problem, but it'll keep your machine from rebooting.

Unless the rebooting is caused by a hardware problem.

It may also help reading a BSOD. Blue Screen Of Death.

Choosing recovery actions if Windows stops unexpectedly

Right click My Computer | Properties | Advanced tab |
Click the Settings button under Startup and Recovery |
Under System Failure | UNCheck: Automatically restart |
Click OK | Click Apply | Click OK

Automatically restart
[[Specifies whether Windows will automatically reboot whenever the system
stops unexpectedly.
You must be logged on as a member of the Administrators group to set
recovery options.]]

--
Hope this helps. Let us know.

Wes
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User

In
 
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paul.campion

hon123456 a écrit :
Dear all,

My windows XP reboot when starting. But it just reboot
without prompting any message. How can I let the XP show message about
what file is causing the reboot. Or how can I let blue
dump error message screen exist when XP reboot. Now the XP just reboot
without any message.
I have press F8 when the XP start. But there does not exist any option
to let windows show the blue error screen or any error message about
what file is causing the reboot. Please help.

Thanks

Hello hon123456,

I had the same kind of problem as you. I searched for viruses,
spywares, etc.with Norton, Ad-Aware and SpyBot; I tested the memory
with memtest86+; I tested my hard drives with Maxtor's PowerMax; I
re-installed XP; I re-installed up-to-date drivers for the hard drives
and the GPU; I changed the power supply ... but nothing helped.

Finally, I solved the problem by flashing the BIOS of the Mother Board
(Asus P4C800-E Deluxe) with a bootable diskette containing the flash
program (AFUDOS.exe) + the last BIOS version (P4CED23.ROM).
So I think you should go on your Mother Board's Website and try to find
the procedure to flash your BIOS. But pay attention to choose the
right BIOS version, otherwise you could damage your Mother Board.
Also, if you have the choice between a Windows program or a DOS program
to load from a bootable diskette, choose the second solution, because
the system is more stable in DOS. Once again, your Mother Board could
be damaged if a system crash occurred while you are flashing the BIOS.

Hope this can help you. Good Luck !
Let me know if it works !
Paul
19-JAN-2007.
 

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