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Computer Reboots Consistently. Virus Or Something Else?

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#1 Look Its Jay

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Posted 28 July 2008 - 09:21 PM

Hi guys, I need help with my computer. It repeatedly restarts and loads up like normal.

So far, I have scanned my computer for viruses/trojans.
I also put my computer on safe mode overnight and it doesn't restart. System Restore is a fail as it restarts even 2 days back!

This therefore excludes:
-power supply

From my last post found here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=2...

I have done Windows in diagnostics mode, etc. Now when I go to Run> msconfig> Selective Startup, I tried "Process SYSTEM.INI File" and "Process WIN.INI File". They worked perfectly fine. However, when I did "Load System Services," I encountered a reboot of my computer. So therefore, there's a problem in System Services. What can this mean? Is this virus related or something? Any help and suggestions are appreciated.


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