Traducción de reboot en Español:

reboot

reinicializar, v.

Pronunciación /riˈbut//riːˈbuːt/

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    reinicializar
    reiniciar
    • After rebooting the system and connecting the AV adaptor, the USB cable has to be connected to a USB 2.0 capable USB port.
    • Having written this down, you may now reboot the system and enter this on the command line.
    • Using the software is easy - insert the self-booting diskette into drive A, then turn on or reboot the computer.
    • When I first installed it, the mouse pointer would frequently just freeze without warning and I would have to reboot the computer.
    • You tell the configurator you want to restore the factory default configuration, then reboot the system with the console port connected to your serial port.
    • He told me how he rebooted the computer numerous times, downloaded the latest drivers, Anti-Virus software, etc, etc, then finally after several hours of lost work he finally found the problem.
    • We defragged the hard drive after every test and rebooted the system to clear disk and memory caches.
    • In all, the installation did not generate any error messages for me and I was able to reboot my system without any problems.
    • Since I was no longer able to access ANY of my files from the command line, I decided to reboot the system.
    • So, I put in my boot floppy and rebooted the system to partition and format the hard drive.
    • On a hunch, we rebooted the computer and after arriving back at the desktop the printer magically output the test page perfectly.
    • After every test, all drives were defragged and the system was rebooted.
    • Both computers have now been rebooted, and the back-up machine is running in contingency mode.
    • The biggest advantage of dynamic disks is the ability to manage disks and volumes without rebooting the operating system.
    • I tell her to reboot the computer to free up memory, but she doesn't want to because she's running a huge print job.
    • Wrap up the master node installation by creating a boot disk, removing the CD and rebooting the master node.
    • Note that rebooting your computer is necessary because some temporary files may have been recently copied into the temp folder, and may be declared ‘in use’.
    • How graphics drivers are related to rebooting the computer is beyond me, but there you have it.
    • At this point we should be able to reboot the system and use our encrypted filesystem.
    • I had to reboot my mom's computer for the settings to ‘take’.

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    reinicialización femenino
    reiniciación femenino
    • With all this we managed to get a full load of benchmarks without any random reboots, even overclocking was stable on the voltage side of things.
    • It actually took several reboots before I successfully booted into the BIOS setup screen.
    • Each test was done immediately following a reboot with no other software running in the background.
    • Upon reboot, your Linux installation is complete.
    • I should also point out that the system was far from being stable at this speed, as any attempt to benchmark would result in a system reboot.
    • If you are using a power supply that came with your case, or that you got from a bargain bin for five dollars and you have noticed system instability and random reboots, there should be alarm bells going off.
    • These ripples can result in voltage dropping too low which usually causes system reboots and crashes.
    • The fact that it takes three reboots before the system resets from a failed overclock is very annoying especially if you are reaching the limit of your overclock.
    • I demonstrated to him that he needed to hold it down - and I did that, held down C on the reboot and it booted happily from the CD just as he needed.
    • After a reboot, we then overclocked the video card in XTurbo mode, which used slightly higher voltages on the core and memory.
    • Faster would result in artifacting or a garbled screen, requiring a reboot to restore things to working order.
    • A reboot under software control, and the program is up and running.
    • Random reboots, unexplained lockups, corrupted displays and drives or other devices that mysteriously stop working all could be caused by a bad power supply.
    • After a routing driver and software installation, a reboot is necessary.
    • When clocked above 3600 MHZ the system would boot, but exhibited random reboots as well as constant crashes.
    • It placed a counter in the start-up routine of the computer and after ninety reboots (deemed a sufficient time to pay for the intellectual goods) it initiated a process that encrypted the names of most of the files on the hard disk.
    • Granted, better performance will get you a faster system, but if that system is plagued by random reboots or occasional lockups you'll likely be losing valuable work and time and thus cut into your productivity.
    • For example, a runlevel of 0 corresponds to a halted system while a runlevel of 6 corresponds to a system reboot.
    • But when I turn off this computer in Linux, my PC does a reboot.
    • But it still took me about 90 minutes from start to finish, along with several system reboots, to get this suite of applications up and running on my test PC.