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reboot
American English: /riˈbut/
British English: /riːˈbuːt/

Translation of reboot in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (Computing)
    Example sentences
    • So, I put in my boot floppy and rebooted the system to partition and format the hard drive.
    • The biggest advantage of dynamic disks is the ability to manage disks and volumes without rebooting the operating system.
    • Wrap up the master node installation by creating a boot disk, removing the CD and rebooting the master node.

noun

  • (Computing)
    Example sentences
    • When clocked above 3600 MHZ the system would boot, but exhibited random reboots as well as constant crashes.
    • 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.
    • 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.

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