what are the reasons of rebooting the system?
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Answer / rehan raafey
see whenever your install any new software definetly most of
the softwares ask you to reboot system . so the point here is >
whenever a user or admin install the software the first
thing come over here is
1) software will get registered in computer system that can
be seen in
start > run > type > regedit
u can see by going here hkey current user and hkey local
most softwares which ask for reboot , if the user did not
reboot his system software will not work properly bcoz of
registry problem . so in order to avoid that , reboot is must.
if sytem get rebooted then the files of that particular
software will get registered , than the software will work
perfectly . this the main reason and next thing i can say
is updating services.. whenever a genuine windows copy
getting updated then restart compulsory to make it available .
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Answer / satish
the reasons for rebooting is
1) due to machine slow
2) for updating the service, some time service won't run
through local system , it will be run domian\username
3) for installing all updates & Patches
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Answer / deepan
The reasons of rebooting the system automatically are
1.Incompatible driver installation.
2.Operating system corruption.
3.Loose connection with the hardware(i.e:RAM)
5.Typical software Installation(i.e:Visual studio.net)
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Answer / l.s.s.manga raju
some times drivers are not compatable for the operating
system that is one reason...... and virus
problem..........and heardware...side proble that means
inside loose connections .or not compatable ...these are
some related answers as per my knowledge........
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Answer / mohan
Many reason. Ram Problem, Harddisk cluster
problem,Motherboard problem, powersupply problem and os
problem. Its depend upon the situation.
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Answer / santosh kumar nayak
Hardware related issue (Failing driver, new device attachment)
Software related issue (Driver missing)
Virus (Blaster Virus)
Heat related (Dust in fan to stuck up )
OS problem (File missing, may be some change in registry)
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Answer / vijay
boot disk failure
HD cables loose connections
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Answer / anwar karwekar
1 1sth ask machine working time rebooting that means smps
and ram isuue .
2 pc 0n that time rbooting window ya virus issue and sume
time mother booard capaciter is also hit check capasiter ok.
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Answer / julianne
1.When you experience what is called freezing that is when
the computer stops responding to a command.
2.When you install certain applications you'll need to
3.When you plug in certain peripheral and removable devices
you'll need to restart
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