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Synonyms for reboot

cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes

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We're continuing to investigate some reports of phones rebooting and have identified a cause with our partners.
It's hard to tell where the rebooting process will take us.
A (FC) SAN has the advantage of adding storage capacity without rebooting servers (in most cases).
As he worked on his theory, Edwards concluded that wiping out a person's B cells--in effect, rebooting that part of the immune system--could stop rheumatoid arthritis.
SYS" file (found in the main or root directory) and then rebooting the computer.
Ksplice Uptrack allows server administrators to install important operating system updates and security fixes without rebooting.
OnePlus has already sent out a software update to fix the 911 rebooting bug of the OnePlus 5.
Analysis by engineers identified a possibility that rebooting Odyssey might restore that component, which proved to be a side benefit of today's procedure to refresh onboard memory.
The popular compliance checker RightTime provides the following definition for PC hardware Year 2000 compliance: "PC hardware year 2000 compliance means that the CMOS RTC hardware year--as provided via the BIOS--increments from 1999 to 2000 and that a valid 2000+BIOS date will remain correct after rebooting.
OTCBB: NIHK), a leading provider of intelligent wireless power management and emergency notification solutions, announced today that it has received an order for multiple NH100 wireless rebooting devices from Oklahoma City-based OKC Broadband.
Sony-based TriStar Pictures has revealed that it is rebooting C.
I need availability without rebooting, though not necessarily the ability to read/write at the same time.
OTCBB: NIHK), a leading provider of intelligent wireless power control and emergency notification solutions, announced today that it has received multiple orders for its NH100 wireless rebooting devices from Denver-based Wisper Telecommunications ("WisperTel").
One of the unusual ways the handset acts is rebooting by itself.
When protection is turned on, any changes made to the system's hard drive configuration are wiped clean by simply rebooting the computer.