|Check out this and please help me if you can, have in mind that I also do tech support so some of the basic steps have been done already.|
I have 2 exact desktops (HP Pro 3000 MT), 1 of them have been with this issue with almost a week, it would continously reboot, so I used the option of disabling the rebooting, I don't remember the exact error code but it was full of 0's and ending with a 7 (something like 0X0000007_) and suggesting the usual (check for virus, run chkdsk /r, unplugging newly connected devices, etc) done all of those, since both of the computers are the same, I decided to connect the HD to the one that was working fine, and guess what, it was working perfectly, so I discarded a HD issue (before that I ran a chkdsk /r /f) so I plugged it back on the problematic Desktop, it wouldn't work, so I decided to install the updates, plugged it back and it didn't work also, then I decided to check piece by piece disconnecting from the Desktop that was working fine and using it on the other one (proc, memory modules, disconnected a PCI Wireless NIC and a Printer port) nothing worked, I even used the same HD of the good Desktop on the damaged one and it happened just the same.
So here I am now, running out of ideas (everything on the BIOS is set as usual the default options, it was kind of dusty but not that much and it is now clean), I didn't want to try the recovery console, it hasn't been of much help for me but I guess I'll try that, other than that if you have any ideas I would like to test them and would appreciate any of them.
Thanks in advance!!