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Old 10-24-2007
Don Cole
 

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Vista Alt 64bit
After the last Windows up-date my Vista Ult 64bit has been in a reboot loop.

It shows a blue sceen saying in part that the program is shuting down so as
not
to cause damage to the computer. You would have to be a speed reader in
order
to read all of the information before it continues the reboot.

Any ideas what may be causing this?

Don


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Old 10-24-2007
DL
 

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Re: Vista Alt 64bit
I'm sure someone in a Vista group will tell you how to turn off the auto
reboot on error
Then you can read the msg in full, and hopefully get a clue. In the mean
time does it boot in safe mode - or whatever Vista calls it?

"Don Cole" <doncole36@allnet.com> wrote in message
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> After the last Windows up-date my Vista Ult 64bit has been in a reboot
> loop.
>
> It shows a blue sceen saying in part that the program is shuting down so
> as not
> to cause damage to the computer. You would have to be a speed reader in
> order
> to read all of the information before it continues the reboot.
>
> Any ideas what may be causing this?
>
> Don
>



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