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My Computer is not restarting?

By sanwardak ·
Hello
I have HP desktop pc with 64bit CPU, 2 GB RAM, 120 HDD. I made it dual boot wich is Windpws 7 pro and Vista both are 32 bits. When I try to restart it will not restart the Screen gose black, but the fan is running the light are on in pc. The only way I can restart it to unpluge the power many times then it will reboot. when I am unpluging then pluge the power the CPU fan make load noise when that happan it will not reboot, then I have to unpluge the power many times agin then some time the fan noise stop that is the time it reboot. I have tryed many things I install the windows many times, I reset the memory, Change hard drive change cables, but it not work. When sometime work then try to restart it the screen gose black it will not restart. I install some driver from HP website, but it didnt work too. Can someone please help me?

Thanks

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It sounds like your PSU (power supply unit) is going..

Get hold of another PSU (power supply unit) and fit it into your computer, it should sort out your problem.

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Hello

by sanwardak In reply to It sounds like your PSU ( ...

I bought the power supply, but it didn't fix the problem. Anyway thanks

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Was it a big enough PSU

by seanferd In reply to Hello

to power the system?

If it isn't the PSU, I suspect the motherboard is gone bad. You can visually inspect it for bad capacitors, or have it checked at a shop.

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Ok, another thing you can try is....

To restart ALL over again.
Back up ALL of your data.
Now wipe your drive FULLY with Killdisk:
http://software.lsoft.net/boot-cd-iso.zip

http://www.killdisk.com/

Then load on your Vista operating system first, load all of the updates.
Next load on your Windows 7 operating system, now Windows 7 should see that you have vista on board and give you the option of doing a duel boot install.

Hope all goes well.

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