My laptop (Samsung) restarts every couple of hours for some unknown reason. I suspect that the problem is with the operation system, because my antivirus (avast) finds something in the file: Windows\System32\Drivers\asc3550p.sys But I do not know how to be sure in it and what to do. Thanks in advance! Elis
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things that happen to older laptops are that over time there tiny processor power supplies build up with lint from the air that is passed thru them sometimes even making the tiny cooling fans in there stop , then its only a matter of a few minutes and it overheats and shuts off , after several hours cool own it will restart , but wont stay on long , then the cycle repeats . if its caught in time and no power supply parts are ruined sometimes a Pc repair shop can dismantle one and clean it
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The amount of time it takes for your battery to fully charge depends on many factors, like your battery type and operating system. Many newer laptops will charge in 15 to 20 minutes, while others can take a few hours.
When you're charging your battery for the first time, charge it fully before using your laptop. You may have to go through a battery cycle a couple times before your battery begins performing at its maximum capability. To do this, charge your battery fully, let it discharge to about five percent, and then fully charge it again
Update your Unknown device while in you device manager
Update the device then shut down and restart
Uninstall the device from device manager ,right click on the device then uninstall,
Shut down and restart,
the device will be automatically found by your Operating System and reinstalled automatically too,
Allow it to auto install the driver for the hardware. It's telling you that it requires a driver, either it is corrupted missing deleted, or any of a dozen reasons, two things that are quick fixes prior to spending a couple hours troubleshooting the machine. I assume it worked prior to today, so just do a restore to an earlier time, if the it for some reason doesn't install the proper driver. You can try installing form a disk, if you have the original disk from the laptops motherboard. other wise, go to Start, programs, accessories, system tools, system restore, and allow it to restore itself to a date when all was working properly
there are several reasons why a pc restarts: 1. there might be a virus that causes this, thry to scan your computer using the updated anti virus. 2. your power supply might be faulty, if your pc frequently restarts the 12volts supply is having a problem, you need to replace the power supply. 3. operating system error, you need to repair your OS. what i have suspected from the problem you relayed is that your power supply, you need to replace this.