Set a computer to restart Tags: Configuration Power Outage Computers Windows XP Last response: December 5, 2011 10:25 AM in Windows XP Share gatambara December 5, 2011 10:11:55 AM Dear All, i want to configure my xp computer to restart automatically after power outage. Can any one tell me how to do it? thank you More about : set computer restart Ijack December 5, 2011 10:25:44 AM Depends on the computer. It's an option in the BIOS. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources When I restart my computer I loose my resolution settings. Forum Solvedmy computer restart when i watch video on internet or on vlc Forum SolvedComputer random restart Forum SolvedProblem Booting Computer (Restart after 5 seconds cycle) Forum SolvedAuto Restart While Playing Games at Ultra Settings Forum SolvedComputer Can't restart Forum SolvedNew computer build has random restart after which USB-devices don't work anymore Forum SolvedComputer display freezes and requires manual restart Forum SolvedNeed Help with computer restart Windows 8 Forum SolvedI ran a norton virus root kit to remove virus Boot.Cidox and it had me restart my computer. When it came back on I got a messa Forum SolvedMy computer is restarting 1-3 hours into gaming sessions. Can't determine cause. Does not restart during stress tests or reg Forum SolvedComputer restart while playing games - Please Help Forum Solvedi get a black screen whenever i try to run a game and i have to restart my computer Forum Solvedall commands to restart my computer will not work. It will shut down ok, but never restarts on its own without pressing power Forum SolvedComputer randomly restarts when playing a high end game, lose signal from GPU until I restart the PC several times Forum SolvedWhen I restart my computer, the entire network disconnects Forum SolvedYouTube videos & Video games Choppy until I restart my computer Forum SolvedComputer stuck in infinite restart Forum SolvedGraphic Card Making The Computer Restart. Forum Solvedmy computer reads 48gb on start but restart after warm up reads 64gb Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !