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Caution For Desktop User.

Dear all users,

Pl keep your Desktop For smooth working.

1) Maintain your Electric power into 230v to 235v.

2) Maintain your Earthing into 0 to 3v.

3) Dont install non require software.

4) Maintain Your Antivirus updated.(15 day to 1 Month)

5) Dont install pen driver (when suffer from one and more desktop).

6) Check for Viruses in Weekly Schedule.

7) Shut Down Properly.

Regards,

Ravindra Shah.

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I don't know why but whenever I'm connecting the power cable with laptop I'm getting shocked from metal parts of the laptop. Is it any kind of earthing problem? Please help me before my laptop gets burned!!!


Yes you are correct. It is because of earthing issue. Laptop has 3 pins out of which 1 is Earthing, 2 is positive and 3 is negative. Out of 3 pins, 2 pins will function properly however for Earthing, it is necessary to have some arrangement at your place.

Please get earthing solution implemented and then plug the laptop power cord into power socket. Else you will face the shock and it may happen that your laptop's internal part may get damaged.

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Amar

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DEAR,

AS PER YOUR PROBLEM I THINK YOUR COMPUTER WORKING WITHOUT ELECTRIC EARTHING. PL FIRST COMPLETE EARTHING WITH ELECTRICIAN.

YOUR EARTHING IS NOT PROPERLY PL CHECK THAT:-- ELECTRIC SHOK ON PC BODY.

YOUR PROBLEM WITH POWER SUPPLY OR PROCESSOR,MOTHERBOARD.

PL FIRST CHECK POWER SUPPLY,SECOND CHECK YOUR PROCESSOR WITH ANOTHER PC MOTHERBOARD.





Feb 25, 2009 | Acer Aspireā„¢ T180 PC Desktop

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Need to chat with an agent!


1. make sure not only those are properly seated on the led portion of the the case and on the motherboard..
2. also check your power supply motherboard connector is properly seated on the mother board
3. and make sure your power supply switch is on the right postion (110v/115v North america or 220v/230v Europe)
4. make sure the wall outlet plug is working properly. and properly connected to the back of the powersupply

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