Solved Why My New computer keeps restarting while loading windows ?

September 17, 2015 at 17:11:24
Specs: Windows 7, Windows 8
Guys , Plz I need Help.
I have Just purchased a new B85-Hd3 GIGAbyte MOTHER BOARD with intel I5 PROCESSOR , and every time i try to load windows after setting it up , it starts to reboot while loading windows appears , then windows ask to restore , then the restore process stops and the pc restarts again , i returned back to the computer store and he checked the mother board and Processor through windows boot disk and told me they are working fine and told me to check other parts of pc , i checked power supply . but when i tried to check hard disk , the checking wont work out , i tried with other hard disk, and the problem persists , the checking process wont start . plz help as i cant find a solution to the problem .

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September 17, 2015 at 19:35:43
Did you make sure that there was only one hard drive connected when you installed Windows? This is important.
Did you make sure that the hard drive is set as bootable and is only behind the DVD drive in the boot order in your BIOS?
Did you make sure that the Install DVD is removed from the DVD drive?
Did you make sure that you did the Custom install and go to the Partiton/Formatting options, delete the existing partitions and create a single partition and format it to NTFS (If you are going to use more than one partition on that drive, leave the extra space as RAW for now, you can partition it later in Disk Manager)? Then install.
Did you make sure that your BIOS was set as far as Date, Time, CPU, RAM, Graphics (Onboard or PCIe), SATA, Bootable drives, Boot order, etc?
Did you check your internal temperature reading within your BIOS under health usually? High readings or readings that climb while idling in BIOS will mean that there is a cooling issue or a Thermal Compound application issue.
Did you make sure that your CPU is on the CPU support list for your motherboard, but not just for the motherboard, but for your BIOS version since later released CPU's may require a BIOS update to operate fully or even at all?
In the future, Please post all hardware specs including makes and model numbers. The more details we have, the better we can help you. For example, if you posted the full model number of your motherboard, we could have looked up the CPU support list and told you if you needed a specific BIOS version. This way we can post suggestions and you would have to follow them up.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.



#1
September 17, 2015 at 17:14:06
plz note that the problem persists, Even with windows 7 or 8.

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#2
September 17, 2015 at 17:48:49
Can you boot into Safe mode?

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#3
September 17, 2015 at 17:50:11
Can you provide more detailed specs? Which i5? How much RAM do you have & at what speed? What's the make/model/wattage of your power supply? Have you checked the CPU temp in the BIOS? Are the BIOS settings correct for your hardware configuration (not just "load defaults")?

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#4
September 17, 2015 at 17:54:16
Make Windows 7 bootable after motherboard swap, or bootable after swapping hard drive to new machine. Software described Paragon P2P Adjust OS.
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorial...
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3gyoaqlx...
Upgrade Your Motherboard the Easy Way
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2008...
Upgrade Your Motherboard Without Reinstalling your OS ( Has 2 pages of very good comments )
http://scottiestech.info/2010/03/17...
http://scottiestech.info/2010/03/17...
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#5
September 17, 2015 at 17:59:33
no , the safe mood option wont work either .restarts again

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#6
September 17, 2015 at 18:04:35
Am I right to assume you are reloading the operating system, or are you trying to change the board whilst keeping the original install?

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#7
September 17, 2015 at 18:12:49
Processor i 5 - 4460 3.2 ghz 6 mb cache lga 1150
4 GB Ram DDR3
power supply - cooler master elite 500 w ver.2
And Yes i have checked the temp and its at normal level
But how to know the correct options for the bios setup to be compatible with my hard ware ??

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#8
September 17, 2015 at 18:14:56
i am trying to reinstall another fresh Copy of windows ,and after installing it successfully, it wont start up ( the last step of installing - loading desktop for the first time ) wont happen .

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#9
September 17, 2015 at 18:32:00
Have you Deleted all Partitions?

You will lose all your files.

W7 - Click on > Drive options (advanced) Then highlight each partition & hit > Delete.
http://www.blackviper.com/os-instal...
http://www.blackviper.com/os-instal...
W8 - The complete guide to a Windows 8 clean installation
http://i.imgur.com/2FOd60C.gif
http://i.imgur.com/pm8d5Xm.gif
http://pcsupport.about.com/od/windo...
http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/wi...
Step-By-Step: Completing a Clean Windows 8.1 Install With a Windows 8 Key
http://blogs.technet.com/b/canitpro...
http://www.howtogeek.com/187525/how...


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#10
September 17, 2015 at 19:35:43
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Did you make sure that there was only one hard drive connected when you installed Windows? This is important.
Did you make sure that the hard drive is set as bootable and is only behind the DVD drive in the boot order in your BIOS?
Did you make sure that the Install DVD is removed from the DVD drive?
Did you make sure that you did the Custom install and go to the Partiton/Formatting options, delete the existing partitions and create a single partition and format it to NTFS (If you are going to use more than one partition on that drive, leave the extra space as RAW for now, you can partition it later in Disk Manager)? Then install.
Did you make sure that your BIOS was set as far as Date, Time, CPU, RAM, Graphics (Onboard or PCIe), SATA, Bootable drives, Boot order, etc?
Did you check your internal temperature reading within your BIOS under health usually? High readings or readings that climb while idling in BIOS will mean that there is a cooling issue or a Thermal Compound application issue.
Did you make sure that your CPU is on the CPU support list for your motherboard, but not just for the motherboard, but for your BIOS version since later released CPU's may require a BIOS update to operate fully or even at all?
In the future, Please post all hardware specs including makes and model numbers. The more details we have, the better we can help you. For example, if you posted the full model number of your motherboard, we could have looked up the CPU support list and told you if you needed a specific BIOS version. This way we can post suggestions and you would have to follow them up.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#11
September 17, 2015 at 19:38:30
is this a recovery CD or a copy you bought/downloaded? 64bit or 32bit?

Possible the drivers of you motherboard are not correctly loaded or wrong drivers although this should be shows in the early startup.

Or you copy has corrupt files on it.


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