|In January, I was on my computer and it suddenly shut down, when it rebooted itself I got the usual splash screens up until the Realtek Boot Agent screen, then it went into a series of numbers and a line that constantly turned in a circular motion and then NOTHING. This was/is the thrid time it happened to my computer within a 12 month period. The first few times I thought it could be a need for more ram and purchased 1 gb, and the pc ran fine for about 11 months, the second time, another 1 gb and again it ran fine until January.|
I didn't do anything with the computer until NOW. I then redid the whole harddrive, formatting it and partitioning it and then placing the New Windows 7 beta on it. It ran beautifully no problems at all. I then upgraded to the windows 7 RC and again, No Problems.
This morning, as I was checking email, it rebooted itself, and went to that dreaded Boot Agent Screen (for lack of a better explanation) and there it was, I didn't write down what the screen said, but it seems as it was looking for a network to boot from and this confused me.
There were a series of FFF-0000-0000-0000-000 and then a (/) that was split in the middle that turned clockwise as it was searching for something and it stayed that way until I rebooted the PC.
Once Rebooted it then asked if I would like to start in safe mode because the PC had shut down improperly. I then proceeded to enter into safe mode and it stalled, rebooted itself back to windows where I just shut down the pc until I can get the answers to help me understand and fix the problem with my PC.
I've searched the internet as to anyone experiencing the same problems and I found similar but nothing in regards as to the searching of the realtek Boot Agent screen my pc goes through on a shutdown or start up.
Can Someone tell me what is going on, and what I can do to fix this problem?
Thank You so much in advance.