Computer reboots itself while it is getting grave issues with Windows. It is a quite disappointing issue, which relentlessly lowers productivity and computer performances. Frequent rebooting of the system yields severe loss of unsaved documents and wastage of important time.
We should know some of the important solutions to this problem.
A) Go for scanning the system for viruses
B) Better replace the RAM
C) Finding out registry junks and annihilating them
D) Getting the modified system files replaced with their original ones
F) Trying to restore the functions of the system to its previous state
Scanning for Virus on the system:
At the time of computer start up, computer viruses are seen letting the computer reboot automatically. It is sure that viruses can create such irritating problems. Wondering what do you need to do? You need to boot the system in the Safe Mode by pressing F8 key before it starts booting and select the Safe Mode with networking preference. Then you need to go for running an antivirus scan.
Better replace the RAM:
RAM is the abbreviated form which stands for Random Access Memory. It acts as the preliminary kind of storage on a computer system. A malfunctioning RAM makes your computer self-automated rebooting.
You need to turn off the system, then open CPU Cabinet and make your RAM dirt free by using a soft cloth. If you see the problem is still there, then you will be left with no other option than replacing RAM for the time being.
Trace the Registry Junk & annihilate them:
A registry cleaner comes as the recommended software after the antivirus software. Configurations, application info and settings are stored in the system registry files of the Microsoft Windows. You should remember that those info need to be up-to-date and valid. For instance, a registry entry redirecting to the way of a provisional directory needs to remain updated because the issue of rebooting may again occur. Be careful at the time of performing registry cleaning software.
Getting the modified system files replaced with their original ones:
Generally, the systems files are not touched by remote computer support providers, if not problems appear. The system files are either deleted or modified by the third party programs on the occasion of requirements. Remember that it can be adverse to the systems and there may still be a chance of computer rebooting itself if a most required system file is deleted, modified improperly or moved.
A) Let your computer be turned on in Safe Mode by pressing F8 key before its boot procedure starts
B) Let the media you used to install your operating system be inserted
C) Let the Start & Run menu be clicked
D) Let the SFC /Scan Now typed and ENTER be pressed
E) You are to wait till the system files modification process gets completed and them go by the
instructions that come up on your screen
F) Let the machine be restarted after the completion
Trying to restore the functions of the system to its previous state:
The possibilities of rebooting are there for the above mentioned reasons. You will then get a chance to try to restore the functions of the system to its previous state. For this, you are to go by the following steps:
A) Let your computer be turned on
B) Let the F8 key be pressed before Windows starts booting
C) Let the option Last Known Good Configuration, and press ENTER
If you are unable to follow the above steps do consult a technical support expert.