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?
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
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.
Wed 27 Sep, 2017 05:39 am
@peter jeffrey cobb,
It's simple, your computer overheats, try to replace the thermal paste.