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Booting problem When i switch on my system my system is booting up but with in 10 to 15 seconds its swtched off with a squeezing sound in my CRT monitor. And also i bought my machine assembled in jan 2007.now can you tell me its having warranty or not.

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    but the monitor is not a problem.without the squeezing sound its still switched off after i switch on within 10 to 15 seconds.

  • rasheed_itsm Nov 15, 2008

    leave that monitor prob,but what about my CPU prob,it switch off within 10 to 15 seconds

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Hi rasheed,

1. the squeezing sound you hear on your CRT monitor is most likely a problem with the horizontal high voltage (approx. 27,000 volts... enough to melt the screw driver) section. We call it the "flyback" section. Early indication of this problem is abnormal width of your CRT display. There's no way to repair this problem except to bring it to an electronic repair shop. And it is normally no a complicated problem and therefore not expensive to repair.

2. Warranty period for your system is normally indicated on the Sales Invoice. The normal warranty is one year, although some dealers charge extra for additional years of warranty.

Regards...

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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    Tinoux Nov 16, 2008

    Sorry I misinterpreted your question. If your OS successfully loads then two possibilities remain:



    A. You might have what we call "thermal conduction problem". Means that some component in your system is overheating and therefore the on-board protection will shutdown the system. There are many possible culprits here, namely memory, vga, or cpu. But most probably it is with the CPU. Kindly disable any overclocking settings before doing the steps below.


    1. Check and make sure that the CPU fan is working properly

    2. The heatsink should be properly coupled to the CPU using thermal grease. No modern processor can survive today without using a thermal grease.

    3. Excessive thermal grease can also cause it to act as an insulation instead of heatsink coupler.

    4. Otherwise you might have a defective processor.

    B. Power Supply Problem



    In rare cases, we encounter a power supply that works properly on some systems but works erratically on others. The only way to isolate this problem is by trying on another power supply.



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