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How to auto restart Windows XP and Vista in case of System Failure

Windows Blue Screen of Death in both of XP and Vista are the most terrible thing which happens when there is a system failure and machine comes to an halt. The next you do is power down the machine and start it manually.

However you can change this to make it restart automatically after the dump is created instead of waiting for you to do a hard stop of system. For that you need to follow these steps

  • Right click on My Computer and Click Properties
  • Click on settings of System and Recovery.
  • Remember this, Here you can configure what the system will do, when it gets into system failure like blue screen of death.
  • Just Click on the Check box which says automatically restart

Once this setting is done, The next time your computer goes for a system failure it will automatically restart. But You will have to wait for the dumb to be created. Moreover you can also check for Overwriting the old dump file in case you want to save some space.

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