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I was playing saints row 3 for about an hour and then the entire screen went red and my computer crashed. It rebooted with a windows loading sign and the to a blank screen for about a minute. It rebooted again and tried to diagnose a problem. It gave a message saying restarting my computer could fix the problem most of the time and the advanced options.
I restarted it and it did the same thing. I tried reinstalling the OS but that failed also. I've tried booting with different ram and no change.
I had problems with my computer crashing previously but never this. Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. I tried to hold shift and press F8 to boot into safe mode anyways and I don't know if that effected anything because now it'll load the operating system then a blank screen will show and then it'll reboot and do the same thing in a loop without going into troubleshooting mode.
I had to force shut down the computer to get it to stop. Hi, Thank you for being a part of Windows I would first suggest you to remove all external devices connected to the computer except essential devices like keyboard and mouse and then boot the computer. Now, try to install and check.
I would suggest you to press the Shift key and hold the power button so that it will go to the recovery options , Select safe mode and boot to the desktop. If you are able to boot to the desktop , then I would suggest you to go to the device manager and right click on the device so that you will have the option to upgrade the drivers.
If you are still facing the issue, then you can download the drivers for that particular hardware from the manufacturers website and install in compatibility mode. Also check with the computer manufacturer to see if there are any updated drivers for Windows Make older programs compatible with this version of Windows http: I also have a disc of windows 7.
Thank You so much for posting your solution. Your solution worked like a charm! I made an attempt with the process above with no success. If you hold the shift key and then press your power button on the computer box, that will do nothing. You probably have a "soft boot" power button AND a power button that simply turns off or on the computer. If you have both, the ONLY one you want to use is the "soft boot".
That button will reboot the computer without only shutting down. When you push the "soft boot", the computer reboots without turning off the power. I just got off the phone with a friend who had the problem where he couldn't get to the desktop - at all - after a system critical update was installed. He tried to use the shift key and the "hard boot" power button and it didn't do a thing. When I told him to use the "soft boot" power button, it worked and he was back on his desktop 10 minutes later.
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Vijay B Replied on August 24, Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? In reply to Vijay B's post on August 24, There was no external device plugged in. I forgot to mention that it won't boot in safe mode also. MichaelStockham Replied on October 3, DanLevesqueSr Replied on April 10, In reply to MichaelStockham's post on October 3, LTCreations Replied on January 26, In reply to DanLevesqueSr's post on April 10, There is a VERY important point that is not outlined in any of the instructions.
Hold the Shift key is correct. But the "Power" button THAT is the problem. Look at your computer box. The "soft boot" and "Shift" key is what you want. This site in other languages x.
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I was playing saints row 3 for about an hour and then the entire screen went red and my computer crashed. It rebooted with a windows loading sign and the to a blank screen for about a minute. It rebooted again and tried to diagnose a problem. It gave a message saying restarting my computer could fix the problem most of the time and the advanced options. I restarted it and it did the same thing. I tried reinstalling the OS but that failed also. I've tried booting with different ram and no change. I had problems with my computer crashing previously but never this.
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