Question about E-Machines (T2958) PC Desktop
Good day or good night to all those who are reading this message. I am D.
I was giving an e-machine T2958 by a client of mine to repair. The client says that it was working fine for a while until the client started to witness warning messages and virus alerts. The client ignored these computer threats and accidentally bumped into the computer while the client was attending to other matters that day. Since that day, the computer has refused to start as usual.
I have done some work on it and I have a couple of reasons or suggestions as to why the computer malfunctioned. I also came up with solutions to help resolve this crisis.
What I am asking for is for others, who are reading, to give me their opinions and suggestions towards this particular incident. You don't have to mention your name, I just want to know what you think about the situation. Be precise and delineate as possible.
If the system was bumped while the hard drive was reading data the their is a good chance that the Hard Drive is no longer any good. Just my thoughts as I have had far far more problems with hard drives that all of the other computer parts combined.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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