Most of the Windows Vista users are unhappy with the operating system due to several difficulties associated with it. One such problem, reported by many users, was the reboot issues.
In this Windows help section, we will find out the steps to fix the restarting troubles associated with the operating system.
Troubles with FBISM.EXE
- Open the Start menu and select the option Run.
- In the Run window, enter msconfig and click OK.
- The above step will open the System Configuration Utility window.
- Choose the tab Startup in the above window.
- If there is a check mark near the file FBISM.EXE, remove it.
- Click the option Apply and then OK.
- Reboot your computer.
For issues with corrupted registry
Your Windows Vista operating system can restart due to a corrupted registry. Follow the steps below to fix a corrupted registry.
- Launch your Internet Browser and search for a Registry Repair Software. Several free and paid applications are available, which are designed to fix the issues with your Windows registry.
- Download any of these registry fixing software programs and install it.
- Run the software to fix the issues with the registry.
- Keep in mind that Registry files are very important for the smooth functioning of your computer. Therefore, take a backup of the registry files using the import function in the registry editor or using the backup function in the downloaded program.
Try System Restore
System restore is a great technique to fix many of the major issues associated with operating systems. By doing system restore to a particular date, the settings and programs in the operating system are reverted in accordance with the settings saved for that particular date. It is advised that you do system restore in the Safe Mode.
Therefore, restart your computer and tap the F8 key. Select the option Safe Mode. Once you are in Safe Mode, select Start and then go to All Programs. Choose the option System Tools and then System Restore. This will open the window for System Restore. Select a date from the available restore points, on which date the computer was working fine. Your computer will have to restart for the changes to take effect.
We hope that the above mentioned steps have helped you fix the Windows Vista restarting troubles. For additional assistance, you may contact the Windows help center or our technical support team.