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Computer shut down problem

 
 
peter jeffrey cobb
 
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Mon 11 Apr, 2011 10:01 pm
@dadpad,
hehe nope I dint put any liquids in there. Hehe funny. But anyways
I still have the problem. Could it be a virus or something kind of program doing this? When I decomp files it seems to help. Any ideas?
dadpad
 
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Tue 12 Apr, 2011 12:22 am
@peter jeffrey cobb,
Our best guess is that its a problem with overheating probably of the power pack. You should take the computer to a repair shop and ask them to take a look and replace the defective parts.
peter jeffrey cobb
 
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Wed 13 Apr, 2011 02:47 am
@dadpad,
Thank you. Is gona have to wait for a bit. Ill have to limp it along for the time being.
peter jeffrey cobb
 
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Sun 1 May, 2011 10:29 pm
@peter jeffrey cobb,
Well after several moths of trying evrething I finaly figured out the problem. I have one of those power strips extension cords with several outlets. It seem energy was building up in there. I was shutting of the computer but not the power strip. Now I shut it off and the problem seemed to disapear. So the comp is fine it was an external problem yays Thank you all for the help
Butrflynet
 
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Mon 2 May, 2011 12:01 am
@peter jeffrey cobb,
You might want to replace the power strip, especially if you are expecting it to provide any kind of surge protection for your computer.
peter jeffrey cobb
 
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Mon 2 May, 2011 05:58 pm
@Butrflynet,
Excelent Idea thank you Smile
peter jeffrey cobb
 
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Wed 11 May, 2011 09:51 pm
@peter jeffrey cobb,
Turns out it wasnt the power strip. It keept doing the same thing so I shut It off and disconected it. Sprayed it with the compressed air and when I went to turned it back on. The green light of the back turned on but not the front. ( ohh geez I done broke it I thought to myself) Got myself ready to go to buy a new one and decided to try again still no light in the front but one in the back. So I pressed down on all the conections inside the computer. And woolaaa. Fixed has been several days and no more crashing problem. So after all that it came down to a lose or corroded conection.
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SamantaB
 
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Wed 27 Sep, 2017 05:39 am
@peter jeffrey cobb,
It's simple, your computer overheats, try to replace the thermal paste.
tsarstepan
 
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Wed 27 Sep, 2017 11:16 am
@SamantaB,
SamantaB wrote:

It's simple, your computer overheats, try to replace the thermal paste.

Yeah. And completely VOID your warranty! Laughing
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