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Members can monitor the statuses of their requests from their account pages. Just make sure > windows> IS loading and not just bios information flashing on the screen before you> turn off your computer. I ain't sure with my fan but it seems ok. Report AKAToes- Jan 26, 2010 at 08:51 AM ---You don't ever "check" the thermal compound between the heatsink and CPU. http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-shuts-off-randomly.html
Now when I do a search it does not find anything else with AVG so I think I got rid of all the garbage it left behind. Thank you. csuraci BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs 3 03-01-2011 01:01 PM No Video, Computer Won't Boot, Please Help! I have a Dell B110 running XP.
Windows Xp Shuts Down Randomly
Please Help me I dont think this is a Heat problem. do you have a another 1 you can try??larry Report • #17 jstevenson619 December 13, 2011 at 16:36:54 Its hard to say if its the CPU or the Video Card, I On restart, you'll get to a boot menu.
- I think that it all started once I played a game on the computer for a very long time.
- Anybody out there ever have this one happen?I sign on to a user account (Administator, some other account, whomever).
- Tags:Computermonitorstandby Ashwin23 December 3, 2011 at 07:39:35 Specs: N/A My monitor goes on standby randomly while my computer is still on.
- Just make sure windows IS loading and not just bios information flashing on the screen before you turn off your computer.
- the reason it shuts off because there is a sensor inside the laptop that shuts it off automatically if it gets too hot.
- I changed graphics card-still doesnt turn on.The electric is ok as lights inside are on & USB's still work to charge up camera etc.Its a big comp-4 gig ram & dual
Networking issue - Dell ProBook... Choose Safe> Mode.LOL.You can boot into safe mode by doing this. TechSpot is a registered trademark. It may be that the cpu is running to hot.
Hopefully on to a better year with a bit more tolerance! Automatic Shutdown Windows Xp Problem Forcing specific account to log-on on Win XP boot How to change which account XP starts up with Can't find your answer ? Good call with the PSU that is second on my list. 0Votes Share Flag Collapse - Inspect Caps on Motherboard by willcomp · 9 years ago In reply to Windows XP Any idea?
Was this answer helpful? or even worse the RAM. I ran the diagnostic tests and it said everything passed. Hopefully on to a better year with a bit more tolerance!
Automatic Shutdown Windows Xp Problem
Never learned about computers but fix them automatically itsept for this one shetty problem... http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/computer-stays-on-however-monitor-turns-off/83175.html Premium booster does :"Back up Your PC" , " Scan for Problems", "Fix found problems" and "Defrag Your registry". Windows Xp Shuts Down Randomly Check your fans and heat sinks for excessive dust or dirt. 04-25-2011, 04:15 AM #8 zaphadon Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2011 Location: thetford Posts: 18 OS: windows Cmos Battery Their presence is evidence of a failing cap.
Once there, startup in Safe Mode.> or> 2) When windows just starts to load, turn off your computer. Check This Out Rebooting can be caused by a bad power supply, a dirty power supply, a poorly connected power supply. Helpful +6 Report peepoo :D Apr 28, 2009 at 12:20 PM Hi there, I had the exact same problem with my laptop before, and I realized that its getting too hot your power supply is failing.
I do it with Defrag, and it will take quite a while unless done often. you have provided. Once there, startup in Safe Mode.or2) When windows just starts to load, turn off your computer. Source Choose Safe > > Mode.> > > > Once in safe mode, run MSCONFIG from Start > Run...> > Choose Diagnostic startup and restart your system.> > Then go from there.>
Just make sure windows > IS loading and not just bios information flashing on the screen before you > turn off your computer. Dec 12, 2009 #1 scuzzo TS Rookie Posts: 50 Have you tried to do a Win XP recover? Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Hardware Unboxed Google+ Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones
Do you have a separate graphics card or is it chip on motherboard?
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Start>run and typemsconfigBoot.ini>check "/SAFEBOOT"This will boot Windows into Safe Mode on the next restart.-- William AnonymousOct 31, 2009, 12:22 AM My computer is doing this same thing. Please remember to be considerate of other members. The computer is in a clean area of the house, no cats around, and notmuch foot traffice moving arounnd except whenI come upstairs two or three times a day to use have a peek here Now, after i turned it on again, it just turns off almost straight away again.
Already have an account? Memory probs can lead to pc's shutting down. Normally we post to install TFC cleaner, but I use the (not recently)revised version of ATF cleaner from Atribune. Some one on this form said mite be my RAM?
Take it to a shop because some of these things can remove all data from your computer or make it useless. Have a nice a day! what do u mean by bad power supply 04-25-2011, 04:22 AM #10 Toirniuil Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2011 Posts: 19 OS: Windows 7 Quote: Originally Posted by Once there, startup in Safe Mode.> > or> > 2) When windows just starts to load, turn off your computer.