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Computer turns on then almost immediately off again

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    almost same problem i am encountering now....what should i do?

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It might need charging? Just a guess. Try charging it if you aren't already, or leave it for a bit. Good luck!

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I had a similar problem with my laptop (you don't say if it is a laptop or a desktop). My laptop's fan was starting to die out and it was overheating.

Open up the pc (laptop or desktop) and used canned air to blow out any dust that will probably be in there blocking fans and whatnot. It could be as simple as that to keep it from overheating - if that was the problem.

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Clean up your computer


Clean your computerI have a dirty secret. I've never cleaned my computer. Sure, I've dusted my monitor, but I haven't taken off the cover or tried to reach the crumbs lurking inside my keyboard.

"Your computer could fry if you don't keep it clean," says Jonathon Millman, chief technology officer for Hooplah Interactive.
Dust clogs the vents behind your computer, which causes your CPU to heat up—and heat is the biggest cause of component failure in computers. Regular cleaning could save you costly maintenance fees down the road.
Keep your computer in tip-top shape by following Millman's guide to a spotless computer system.
PreparationYou'll need:
  • screwdriver
  • can of compressed air (available from computer dealers or office-supply stores)
  • cotton swabs (do not use a cotton ball)
  • rubbing alcohol
  • paper towels or anti-static cloths
  • water
Always turn your computer off before you begin and unplug all the cords.
Step 1: Inside the caseUsing a screwdriver, remove the side of the case that's opposite your motherboard. Touch as little as possible inside the computer, keeping fingers away from cards and cords.
Blow air around all of the components and along the bottom of the case, keeping the nozzle four inches away from the machine. Blow air into the power supply box and into the fan (from the back of the case). Lastly, blow air into the floppy disk and CD drives. Wipe the inside of the cover with a lightly moistened cloth before replacing it.
Millman recommends doing this every three months if your case sits on the floor, if you have pets that shed, or if you smoke. Otherwise, every six to eight months is fine.
Step 2: Outside the caseRun a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol around all of the openings on the back of your case. Give them one swipe with the damp end of the swab and one swipe with the dry end. Do this as often as you clean the inside of your computer.
Step 3: KeyboardTurn the keyboard upside down and gently shake it. Most of the crumbs and dust will fall out. Take a can of compressed air and blow into and around the keys. Next, take a cotton swab and dip it in rubbing alcohol. It should be damp, but not wet. Run the cotton swab around the outside of the keys. Rub the tops of the keys. If you have a laptop, follow the same procedure but take extra care with your machine. Do this monthly.


Spills — If you have kids, you're worried about spills. If it happens, disconnect the keyboard immediately and flip it over. Blot the top with a paper towel, blow compressed air between the keys and leave it to air dry overnight. For laptops, liquid can easily penetrate the hard drive so turn the computer over immediately and leave it in that position until it dries.
Step 4: MouseRub the top and bottom of your mouse with a paper towel dipped in rubbing alcohol. Open the back and remove the ball. Wash the ball with water and let it air dry. To clean inside the mouse, dip a cotton swab in rubbing alcohol and rub all of the components. Scrape hard-to-remove grime with your fingernail. Finally, blow air into the opening. Replace the ball and the cover. Do this monthly.
Step 5: MonitorMoisten a paper towel or a soft, lint-free cloth with water. (You can also buy monitor cleaning products at computer-supply stores.) Don't spray liquid directly onto the screen—spray the cloth instead. Wipe the screen gently to remove dust and fingerprints. Never touch the back of the monitor.
For laptop screens, Millman suggests buying a special cleaning solution available at computer stores. Do this weekly.
Finally, make sure that everything is dry before you plug your computer back in.

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Close down Excel, re-open it and try to open the file again.
If this doesn't work, restart the computer, open up Excel and try to open the file again.
If this doesn't work, delete the contents of your c:windows emp directory then reboot. Try again
If this doesn't work, open Excel in Safe Mode. This will disable VBA and Add-ins.
  • Click on Start then Run then enter (including the quotes and the /s extension): "C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeexcel.exe" /s ["C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOffice10excel.exe" /s (for Excel 2002, Office XP, click cancel if the MS Office Installer starts, Excel in safe mode will still start)].
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If this doesn't work, be sure to scan the file for viruses. If you don't find a virus, find the file in Explorer, right click on it and rename it, replacing the .xls extension with the .doc extension. Try to open it as Word document.


If this doesn't work, try to determine if the file is unrecoverable on the disk. Open the file in Explorer and try to copy it to another location.
  • If you can copy the file to another location, skip to step 9. If not, the actual sectors on the disk may be corrupted.
  • If the data is valuable enough to you, seek professional services as a damaged hard disk file recovery is not for the faint at heart.
If the recovered file won't open or you could copy the file to another location, try to open the file in a more recent version of Excel. As the version numbers increase, their ability to recover corrupt files increases. If this doesn't work or such a version of Excel is not available, see if some other spreadsheet application is and try to open the file in that program.

If Microsoft can't help you (see the tips section) and you've exhausted all the free methods above for damaged disk recovered or copyable files there are a number of excellent commercial applications which will recover your files almost immediately.
http://www.repairmyexcel.com/

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