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Computer having a auto reboot! HELP!

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#1 Cherlee


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Posted 08 April 2014 - 02:45 PM

Every time I restart my computer or shut it down, it kind of reboot itself. Instead of rebooting and having the normal updates and stuff. It uninstall EVERYTHING. I mean everything "EVERYTHING" the only thing I have on my Window 8 is Google, AVG 2014 and Recycle Bin. On my Window 8 Start or gateway their's nothing. All I have is Desktop, Internet Explorer, Store, and Microsoft Office. 

Here's an example. 

Let say I download 10 games to my W8 and I Restart or shutdown my computer. What happens is it would seem like I have nothing Downloaded. I can check my Browser Nothing is in there. 

Another Example. 

I can upload Images from my Phone, or from Online, If I Restart or shutdown my computer the same thing happens. I can't find it anywhere. Also I save Images on my desktop so I should see it. Even if i save it in my Photos, i can't find it.

I don't know what happened. I try going to my "Uninstall Programs" and uninstall the ones I think that Cause that problem, but that doesn't seem to work. Please I need some help, I don't want to spend money asking for someone to fix it for me.


Also it is not "trojan horse virus" that i know.

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