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Sign in to make your opinion count. If you do not see the Advanced Boot Options menu, restart your computer and hold down "F8." Repeat this step until you enter the Advanced Boot Options menu. right?   Sunday, February 17, 2008 5:51 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Same problem too... Last Known Good Config doesn't work. this contact form

I just bought a LaCie d2 quadra Pro Hard Disk to use as my backup if and when this is ever remedied. You can either perform a system restore, restore the contents of your computer from a previous system image backup, reinstall Windows, or simply restore your computer back to its original factory Wednesday, April 09, 2008 5:38 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I am replying from my MacBook since my Vaio is in a constant loop. Run "Command Prompt" and type in the above text. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/236913-44-vista-restarts-itself-help

Follow along closely. 4In the box marked Name, type a name for the restarting job.For example, Dummies Restart. 5Under Security Options, select the button marked Run Only When User Is Logged After the shut down process is complete it stays off for about 30 seconds and will then restart itself, without being asked. forever.   I don't have the pending.xml nor cleanup.xml, nor the two regkeys that got deleted, but it's permanently rebooting.    Please help.   Thursday, November 20, 2008 5:03 AM Reply Create an account EXPLORE Community DashboardRandom ArticleAbout UsCategoriesRecent Changes HELP US Write an ArticleRequest a New ArticleAnswer a RequestMore Ideas...

Click the "Save settings and start backup" button and wait for your files to back up. Please try again later. Your computer's manufacturer website should have the information you need on how to update the BIOS Before you update BIOS or if BIOS isn't causing the 0x0000008E error, make sure the really nice, booted my ubuntu today after 3 months of non useage, performed an apt-get update && install, went away to drink a coffee, came back, everything finished and ready to

After that attempt I tried to restore to any of the previous restore points, but whichever restore point I used it fails to restore with a message "An unspecified error occured You can create backup image of a drive via "Backup and Restore" utility in Windows Vista. Sign in Transcript Statistics Add translations 473,137 views 1,294 Like this video? The “Install Windows” wizard will display on-screen. 3 Click on “Install now.” 4 Read and review the Windows Vista license terms and click on “I accept the license terms.” 5 Select

Loading... I am finding the same this with the system restore, saying it has not restore points, and i dont even think i can reformat the C drive, because nothing i've tried Friday, February 15, 2008 3:30 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Ya that only works if you have a full system install disk and not a manufacturer's disk. Friday, February 15, 2008 7:03 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I was also finally able to get it resolved by booting from the Vista CD and going

  1. raging aside: I have the same problem.
  2. If you don't have your Vista disk, borrow one or download a bootable ISO from the Net and burn it to a disk.

This rather odd buzzard works like a wizard, but it doesn't behave like one. his explanation Return your computer to its original factory settings if you are selling or giving your computer to somebody else. Choose "On a hard disk, CD, or DVD" or "On a network," depending on where you want to save your files. It seems the only way is a fresh install of Vista, but I have left this as my last option; I don't want to loose all my data and install all

I could boot into Ubuntu Linux and delete a file if anyone knows what files I need to nuke to get rid of this behavior. http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-64-bit-error-8007045d-when-try-to-install-or-download-vista-service-pac.html Flag as duplicate Thanks! I don't know why.. >,<.. When I hit enter it wouldn't go anywhere.

foxxchasser1 246,194 views 3:15 How to restore your computer to factory settings - Duration: 5:52. I have tried many different ways, but no success. The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center: go to the bottom of the following link and click and install the download for either Vista x86 or http://midsolutions.org/windows-vista/windows-vista-business-32-bit-os-update-error.html It goes to boot screen and by pressing Enter it goes to the same restart loop again.   Monday, March 24, 2008 1:40 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to

Method #1: Install Windows updates If Windows Updates aren't installed automatically in your Windows Vista system, you need to update the system manually: Go to Control Panel Click Windows Update (or PCTechOnWheels 2,462,974 views 4:02 ERASE/ FORMAT YOUR VISTA HARD DRIVE AND RESTORE TO FACTORY SETTING HP LAPTOP - Duration: 8:22. And here I thought a virus would do that...

You do not need a restore point.

The Advanced Boot Options menu will display on-screen. How dumb we are to not back up when we can. Any programs that register themselves with Vista (including all the Microsoft Office programs, Internet Explorer 7, and Firefox 2) get restored to where they were before the reboot. Tuesday, February 19, 2008 9:53 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have the same problem.

Friday, February 15, 2008 2:42 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote what do you mean one of your users? My computer has no restore points, so I cant restore to the 13. safe mode works!   Could please anyone help me out here?   Friday, February 15, 2008 8:03 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote I cut the his comment is here i´m running vista business, all official patchs applied, but not sp1.

and when i hit F10 repeatedly on boot it asks if i want to start "Flash Recovery" - what's that? I've not got any idea what to do. Press "Enter." Choose your language setting and press "Next." Log in as an administrator when prompted, and enter your password. So if you change your password at any time in the future, you have to come back to the Task Scheduler and change the password here, too. 13Close out of the

References Microsoft Windows: Back up your programs, system settings, and filesMicrosoft Windows: Restore your computer from a system image backupDell Support: Restoring Your Computer's Software to the Factory Settings Resources Microsoft Yes No Cookies make wikiHow better. There's got to be a solution for this... Friday, February 22, 2008 8:10 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote ç*"+%*ç%"*W%+" microsoft, forces me again to reinstall windows vista.

Did this article help you? Flag as... no chance to repair, complete reinstall. Three different results: I could get to the safe mode, or to the repairing system or to the looping again.

More Information Linked Entries chkdsk bootrec System Recovery Options in Windows Vista Safe Mode Boot into Last Known Good Configuration Support Links Easy Recovery Essentials for Windows - our repair and I spoke with Microsoft and that file (pending.xml) needs to be deleted. Echostorm notes having found traces of what sounds like the same bug in early beta releases of SP1. Sign in 246 Loading...

The Computer Made Simple 1,843,532 views 5:27 How to- Factory reset almost ANY Toshiba laptop. - Duration: 3:03. If restoring from CDs or DVDs, insert your first disc into your computer's disc drive. Disabling driver signing doesn't work.   Anyone figure this one out yet? You can use the Windows Vista Task Scheduler to perform a complete reboot at a time when you don't need to use your computer.

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