Hi,i have a Microtek UPS and it does not give any back up and it is just only 2 months old.My PC restarts if there is a power fluctuation.I may not be using it correctly so please let me know how to use it as well any help would be appreciated.
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If it is only a very short fluctuation, your system should not shut down if the UPS is working properly. Some things to check... 1. Make sure you have your computer components plugged into the outlets marked "Battery Backup" not on the outlets marked "Surge Protection". (The words may be slightly different on different models) Only things plugged into the "Battery Backup" outlets will keep running when the power fluctuates. The other outlets do not get any battery backup. 2. If the unit has been drained by a lot of power drops recently, it may not have enough power stored up to keep your whole system running the next time the power drops, even briefly. Especially if it is an older unit, as the battery itself does wear out over time. 3. As for the "modem" clicking on and off... are you sure it's the modem clicking? Most UPS's make a noticeable sound when they kick into battery mode and back again. It can sound like a modem click. Just an idea.
you should better give it authorized person because they can better take care of it and most of the LCD's parts are non serviceable so kindly do not be self mechanic
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CHECK FOR UPS AND OTHER POWER OPTIONS UNDER PROPERTIES.. U CAN OPEN PROPERTIES BY RIGHT CLICKING ON DESKTOP AND THEN SELECTING PROPERTIES FROM THERE... A DIALOG BOX WILL APPEAR AND IN THIS SELECT POWER BUTTON AND UNDER THIS SELECT UPS ...AND SET ACCORDINGLY THE UPS SETTING... IN THIS U CAN CHANGE THE SETTINGS SO THAT YOUR AUDIO WILL WORK...
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Change the SMPS, preferably with 450 & above wattage. Also you must be using an UPS(uninterrupted power supply or battery back-up so there are no chances of voltage fluctuation. At the time of changing the SMPS also remove the RAM and clean the contact points with a piece of normal white paper..............sodeep
i am a pc tech and of course i can only listen to you and give advice and things to do to determine the source of the issue, i am first thinking overheating,dirty fan blades and a cloged cpu heatsink will surely cause this kind of problem,? is the pc new/old, is it clean or not,and also what is the make and model and specs , ram, processor, hd gb, and if possible open the side of it and look for lots of dust and look for the fan and be sure it is working there will be atleast 2 one for the inside box and one on the motherboard(the large circuitboard) see if they are working and if they are clean . get back to me and i will respond asap Robert Alan