Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
If you are experiencing this problems..
you can follow this steps..
first if no power check your cables for loose wires..
next check your front panel wires in your motherboard...mostly the power panel maybe it is not properly connected...
much better if you kno how to short your power on pins so that you surely know if it will turn on...if you short it and it didn't react or still no power.. your power supply is your problem..
next if you are experiencing self rebooting..
if you are experiencing self rebooting in windows logo...
you can see the logo but it will reboot without notice,,
first try to check your motherboard capacitors...
this are the one that will be the first to be damaged if there are problems in power supply...
if you have already check it..try to run it again and if the computer display a message that you are prompting to select start windows normally, last good configuration,..
try to choose the last good configuration..if it hangs up..
try it again then choose safe mode if hangs again..
you need to run system restore... if you don't have it..
you need to format your hard disk..
i advise you to remove your hard disk and make it a slave to another pc so that you can back up your important files...
then return it to your cpu and format it...
if you are suspecting that it was a virus that cause your problem.. make sure that the pc you will use to be you back up point have an anti-virus software.. and try to run scan first so that the virus will be detected and prevent it for entering the other pc...
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