my computer reboots itself over and over?

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slicky123

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i recently made a changeto my boot.ini file as i was advised to do so by another person in another forum as it was corrupted already.now my omputer wont start,it loads up the white text then at the screen where it should load the windows bar thing,its just black and then it reboots,worse still i cnt press f8 or anything because that doesnt work on start up,nothing does,pressing delete to setup,no,doesnt work,nothing happens.also i tried to insert windows disk but that wont even boot,it doesnt even notice it in the drive.can anybody help me,there must be some way round it? cheers
 
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does the text on the screen mention anything to do with system disk ?
If so ----you may have a bad cable to your hardrive and or your hardrive may have already dumped on you . Please get back with more info and be as complete an accurate as possible as this does sound like a hardware issue
 
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Do a ram check , by taking out 1 stick , then try to start , if nothing take out the other one and repeat for as many ram chips as you have , if still nothing , I am suspecting the IDE cable or hardrive at this point nomater what boot seeting were changed unless your boot.ini was changed to the effect of NOUSERGUI. Then we go a different direction for TS
 
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