Question about Samsung Computers & Internet
Out of the blue it just started rebooting every couple of mins, also while i was playing simple games? it also tries to reboot every time i try to switch WiFi on? its useless at the moment & ime fed up of seeing the bouncing, nosey droid! its only about 6 months old but i imported it, would rather not go through the fuss of sending it back?! any ideas guys n dolls?
After some research it looks like your best option is to send it back. There is no recovery partition on this device so you cannot reset it to factory defaults.
Posted on Aug 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cant activate wireless button
Take it back to Currys repair, with documentation and receipts, and a determined state of mind. Sounds like somebody acccidentaly tripped a wire when they had it open. Just like some guys just did with my Acura. And my car was working, and also detailed, when I got it back. Sometimes ya gotta be demanding.
Or, did they not open it up?
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
sorry, my computer just hanged, we can continue the chat in skype, my username is : ronenfe.
or in messenger : firstname.lastname@example.org (this is also my email)
or in icq: 18300905.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
Possible reasons for random rebooting:
1. CPU Fan/Heatsink is loose Restarting due to Overheat Prevention. Im guessing the processor is LGA775. if u can open up the case and see if any of the four plugs and sockets has come loose, then that might be it.
2. Not Enougth power from PSU (Power Supply Unit). if it was built for gaming im explecting a PSU of at least 750Watts
3. Harware malfunction. When booting up, any error beeps?
4. Software error. Before logging in a user account, leave the computer on for a while if nothing happens then most likely be OS problem.
Your best bet is to reinstall Windows
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
fmr888 is correct, if the warranty for the system is to send it to depot for repair, that is shat you should do. The system has a warranty and you should use it and have the system repaired.
Now, if after they try to repair it, if they fail to resolve the problem, then you might have grounds to request a replacement. But not until they attempt to fix the system.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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