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    Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    How can I disable automatic reboot in my Sony laptop running windows XP? Please provide step wise details on how to disable it.



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    expert Array
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    Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    Systems running windows XP are automatically set to reboot if any BSoD error occur in the systems. But it is quite inconvenient for the users who always come across such errors in their systems. You can do the steps below so as to disable automatic reboot in your Sony laptop running windows XP.
    • First right click on ‘My Computer’
    • Tap on ‘Properties’ to continue
    • Tap on ‘Advanced tab’ in ‘System Properties’ window.
    • Tap on ‘Settings’ in ‘Startup and Recovery’
    • Now ‘Automatically restart’ check box should be unchecked
    • Tap on ‘Ok’

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    Abhishek Chauhan Array
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    Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    Hello,

    My computer-->Properties-->System Properties-->Advanced tab-->Start up Recovery-->Settings

    Make sure that the "Automatic restart " option is un checked

    -Regards

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    Question Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    ** HI **



    ** Steps to disable automatic restart **

    *_* Go to Start->Control Panel *_*


    *_* Click on
    Switch to Classic View at the left pane if it is in category view *_*


    *_* Click on
    System *_*


    *_* Now the
    System Properties window will appear *_*


    *_* Tap on
    Advanced tab *_*


    *_* Click on
    Settings under Startup and Recovery *_*


    *_* Unmark
    Automatically Restart under System Failure *_*


    *_* Finally click
    Ok on both windows to close *_*





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    ** Thank you **

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    Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    Hiiiiiii
    these are the simple steps to disable the automatic reboot
    Navigate to the control panel in Windows XP by left-clicking on Start, followed by Settings and then choosing Control Panel.In the Control Panel window, open System.In the System Properties window, click on the Advanced tab.Locate the Startup and Recovery area and click on the Settings button.In the Startup and Recovery window, locate and uncheck the check box next to Automatically restart.Click OK in the Startup and Recovery window.Click OK in the System Properties window.From now on, when a problem causes a BSOD or another major error that halts the system, the PC will not automatically reboot. Rebooting manually will be necessary.
    Thank You

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    Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    hello Friend . . .

    This is very simple procedure to enable and Disable the System rebooting.
    Now follow these steps you can easily enable or disable it.

    1. Right click on My computer.
    2. A system properties are disaplayed on screen.
    3. Click on advance settings.
    4. Go to System start up settings.

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    5. If un-check the Reboot option.

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    6. click on ok and Restart once.

    Thanks . . .

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    Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    To stop your PC reboot automatically follow these steps

    I) Go to Start menu >> Settings >> Control panel ( make your control panel to classic view)

    II) Now click on System

    III) Switch to Advanced tab

    IV) Click on 'Settings' under startup and recovery

    V) Now uncheck " Automatically restart "

    VI) Click OK to close all windows

    Now your system will not automatically reboot

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    Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    Systems running windows XP are automatically set to reboot if any BSoD error occur in the systems. But it is quite inconvenient for the users who always come across such errors in their systems. You can do the steps below so as to disable automatic reboot in your Sony laptop running windows XP.
    • First right click on ‘My Computer’
    • Tap on ‘Properties’ to continue
    • Tap on ‘Advanced tab’ in ‘System Properties’ window.
    • Tap on ‘Settings’ in ‘Startup and Recovery’
    • Now ‘Automatically restart’ check box should be unchecked
    • Tap on ‘Ok’

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    Re: Disabling automatic reboot in Sony laptop running windows XP

    hii

    Its really simple to disable automatic reboot in your Sony laptop running on windows XP...

    Just follow these below steps :

    - Firstly you have to open control panel from start menu
    - Open 'system' in control panel (in classic view of control panel )
    - Now in system properties window click on 'advanced' tab
    - After that you have to click on 'settings' button in the startup and recovery option..
    - Also in the same startup and recovery option look out for option 'automatically restart' ...untick this option..
    - Click ok first in startup and recovery option window then to system properties window

    thanks

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