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PC automatic shutdown

Some of my computers automatically shuts down when I open them, what could be wrong?

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    Alex M May 11, 2010

    Possible motherboard damage, upon opening the laptop the flexing of the case makes the motherboard lose power.

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Logon.ddl has been missing u hv to reinstall ur operating system
formate ur pc it will solve ur problem

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With out further details, such as what you were doing at the time of the shutdown it's difficult to say why your system is shutting down.

I can say that normally if its a update your system will shut down and reboot, not always, but usually.
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