LAST EDITED ON Apr-25-02 AT 09:18 AM (EST)
I have a MicronPC with a Celeron 733mhz processor. Recently my machine has started to continually reboot itself. Interestingly, it will reboot, and then 3 minutes and 5 seconds later it will reboot again. This gives the machine just enough time to run scan disk and then display the desktop before it reboots. When I press delete on bootup to enter the BIOS setup I can stay in the BIOS setup for longer than 3:05.
I was thinking maybe my CMOS battery was bad, but if that were the case would I be able to stay on the BIOS setup screen for an indefinite period of time, as I have been able to do? If not could it be an OS problem?(I'm running Win ME)?
Thanks for any thoughts on this one.