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When i turn my computer it automatically shutsdown

My computer automatically shutsdown when i turn it on, there is some kind of windows scheduler shuting down my computer when startup, how can i disable the windows scheduler in startup?

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Your infected with a virus. the easiest way to remove the virus is to scan your hardrive in another computer with updated antivirus.

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VISTA HOME..TASK SCHEDULER.....I noticed that I was not getting automatic restore points, but I could initiate the restore points manually..When I select TASK SCHEDULER I get a message that says IT IS NOT...


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<p>The computer systems are based on the memory and storing information. However, as the crash of a computer system, causing loss of data, all previously stored information. All computer systems, servers and personal computers, users can backup storage disks to store and to store information - in case of system failure. Creating a backup system is completely dependent on the operating system on the computer. <br /> <p><br /> <p>1. Press Start. Select "Control Panel". <br /> <p><br /> <p>2. Connect your external hard drive on the computer begin transmitting and storing files on your external hard drive. <br /> <p><br /> <p>3. Click on "maintenance". Choose Save and Restore. " <br /> <p><br /> <p>4. Choose your external hard drive and choose "Configure a backup." A wizard will appear and give you further instructions. While the setup wizard, you can schedule backups, and select where your backup files to save. Under Windows, the recommended storage for backing up files and programs on an external hard drive. <br /> <p><br /> <p>5. Show your stored files by choosing "System and Maintenance" and select "Backup and Restore". On the menu, select "Find files" or "Search" folder to the contents of your backup view. Because Windows will automatically create backup files when it is supplied, you can check or change the scheduled backup for "Schedule backup" to monitor the dates and times for the safety of a system. <br />

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How to configure automatic updates in Windows


Microsoft routinely puts out updates for current versions of Windows (and Windows applications). Some of these are critical updates, such as security patches, while others just tweak a program or fix a bug. Your operating system will run better if you stay up to date on the important updates, and an easy way to do this is by using Windows automatic updates.

To turn on automatic updates, right click on My Computer (in Windows Vista or 7, right click Computer) and select Properties. Then go to the Automatic Updates tab. Here you will see the different update options.

The safest choice is to pick Automatic, which will check for updates on a schedule that you choose (daily or weekly, at a certain time) and download any new updates it finds. However, if you want some control over which updates are installed, you can choose either of the next two options:

- Download updates for me, but let me choose when to install them

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If you pick either of these two choices, a yellow shield icon with an exclamation point will appear in the system notification tray when new updates are available, and you can download or install them by clicking on it.

The last option is to turn off automatic updates completely. Choosing this option may leave your computer at risk, because you won't get any security fixes Microsoft comes out with. If you do choose to turn automatic updates off, you should check for updates manually once in a while by visiting Microsoft's Windows Update web page at WindowsUpdate.Microsoft.com.

Whichever option you choose, click Apply at the bottom of the window to save your preference.

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I have automatic aol schelued howcan i cancel this


Disable Automatic AOL The AOL software lets you turn off the the Automatic AOL feature any time you like.
Disable a scheduled Automatic AOL session You can disable all sessions or any particular session of Automatic AOL.
To disable a scheduled session, do the following:
1. Click the Mail menu, and then click Set Up Automatic AOL.
2. Click the Schedule Automatic AOL icon.
3. Uncheck the box next to the day which you want to cancel the scheduled session for, and then click the OK button.
4. Click the X button on the upper right of the Automatic AOL window to close it.
Disable the Automatic AOL scheduler When you turn off the Automatic AOL scheduler, Automatic AOL will no longer run at predefined times.
To disable the Automatic AOL scheduler, do the following:
1. Click the Mail menu, and then click Set Up Automatic AOL.
2. Click the Schedule Automatic AOL icon.
3. Uncheck the Enable Scheduler box to clear it, and then click the OK button.
4. Click the X button on the upper right of the Automatic AOL window to close it.

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try uninstalling a few unnecessary programs then click start run type cmd then type chkdsk/r/f this should schedule to happen on reboot which will scan for and attempt to recover bad sectors and automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive or
click startcontrol panel administrive tools,computer management ,disk management right click on your drive select properties click tools you should see click check now click start two boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors place then a tick in both boxes then select check now,start should schedule this task when restart
do not do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any input will damage your computer
then you should test or replace all leads make sure they are securely seated and are not bad/faulty that are attached to your (((motherboard to your hard drive))
defragment your hard drive will speed up your computer
scroll to the bottom toolbar (bottom of screen) right click you can select task manager applications also processes you will see whats running on your computer you might have virus slowing your computer also select users you will see who is using your computer
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If there is a video card installed on yr computer, please disconnect it and reconnect and try to turn on the system and check

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Check the CPU fan, it may be faulty and causes the CPU to overheat and shut down.

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My acer aspire cooling fan is not working properly so it turns off unexpectedly several times a day.


if the cooling works well the fan gonna shutdown automatic. nothing to worry about, but if it does when the computer is still hot then you need to replace the fan.

when it shutsdown, does it later start by it self?

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It sounds like it is overheating. Take the side off the case and see if your CPU fan works. Replace any fans that do not work or feel loose. And while you are at it, take a can of air and blow the dirt out of it.
Leaving it off overnight will not prevent it from overheating. A computer can overheat in a matter of seconds under the right circumstances.

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Computer shutsdown and restarts automatically


Hello,
For solving the proble do the following:
1. Check that all the power connectors are fixed properly without loose contacts
2. Replace the RAM with another and also by changing the slot.
3. If you had installed any Software or Hardware remove them
4. Restart the system and enter by safe mode once
5. Again restart the system normally

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