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My P.C keeps on rebooting on Windows XP. I freshly installed Operating system. We tested with new HDD, RAM, Power Supply,new motherboard but still keeps rebooting.
A user I support is experiencing frequent system reboots each night. When he comes in in the morning, he receives a message stating that a 'Serious Error' has occurred. There's a long string of info below, so I'll say thanks in advance for any help anyone can offer on the issue. Lordhowe Below...
I reformatted a hard drive and reinstalled XP Pro; I was able to install Office and antivirus. But then for no apparent reason, the computer reboots immediately after login. I have no idea whether this is a hardware or a software problem. Does anyone have any insights? Thanks