Question about HP Computers & Internet
I have a HP PC Desktop computer that keeps on shutting down on me everytime I turn it on. One day it was working as usual and I wanted to record myself with my old Panasonic Handheld Camcorder. When we bought this camcorder, it was back in 1998. It has a mini VHS tape in it to record stuff. And it has a a wire that you can connect to the computer that you can record yourself with the camcorder and see yourself on the computer. And the camcorder had a floppy disk that can show a tutorial of how to do this particular thing. I had put it in the computer and I didn't had time to do all this steps. So I turned off the for next time to us it. Few days later I turned on the computer and it keeps on turning off on me. And it's been doing this for several months now. And we don't have internet cable ether. We usually us the computer for storing pictures on it. So, it can't be a virus. I am stumped on this. And I tried everything. The only thing I can think of that it might be that floppy disk. Does anyone have this problem? How can I fix this problem???
Considering the age of your PC the power supply in your PC may be faulty, usually due to dried out electrolytic capacitors. The power supply should be replaced or repaired.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey there suepike, there are several steps you should take to check the status of things on your computer. I will give you a site address to guide you through some troubleshooting for your machine. Scroll down to the section that applies to your situation, with power supply on or flashes.
If the link does not work, just copy and paste to browser. I hope you find the answers you need. Good Luck. Please reply back with what you have discovered if you need further assistance.
Posted on Feb 04, 2008
first of all you should use only any one antivirus.
actully your problem show any sin of virus in your pc, so just
don't worry about virus. you should check your connection properly or there must be some fault in your cpu wire .
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
SOURCE: Computer start up problem
Capture the message that is displayed on the BSOD. There will be a bunch of numbers that will tell you what is wrong. I would open the side and re-seat the RAM and do a general cleaning of the fans.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
SOURCE: Possible PSU problem?
i was useing my pc yesterday night and i woke up 2day to use and i had the same problem fan running without stopping and no blue light and nothing displyd on monitor. i opned it and i cleaned it with air pump and its working now. so try to cleane it with a good air pump. i hope mine stay working. good luck all
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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