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My computer keeps restarting when i have my wifi..

Normally its not like this but now im in LA ive been using their unsecured wifi from hotel and after like 20mins it restarts again.and again and again..i was in saipan last week and used my laptop and the hotel wifi.it wasnt like this.its juz now dat this happend..can u help me solve my prblm? thanks

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  • iamanonymous Feb 05, 2009

    it juz reboots.it doesnt crash!..but i slept for 3 hrs and i wasnt conected to wifi..it didnt restart at all..ther must be smtng wrong wid d net and laptop.i dnt understand.

  • Anonymous May 02, 2009

    i'd be surprised if you guys were correct; i just bought three Zoom USB Wireless-G wireless LAN adapters, Model 4410, and when i installed it on one of the PCs in my network running XP, it went into an endless loop of crashing right at the login screen, restarting, crashing, (lather, rinse, repeat). when i pull the adapter out of the USB port, voila, it stops crashing. when i plug it back in, it crashes within 30 seconds of plugging it it.

  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    This started with this usb wifi and others with xp service pack 3 and or some updates.
    you get the blue screen of death with exception code 00007F
    Trend net has same problem.


  • Steve Rand
    Steve Rand May 11, 2010

    "it just reboots". You mean you watch it shut down properly, exiting Windows, right?



    Or do you mean it just disappears and then starts to boot again. (that is called a "crash")



    Either way, we need the info from the Event Viewer... it will give a clue as to what is going on. I have an idea of what to try next depending on those results.

  • Steve Rand
    Steve Rand May 11, 2010

    Have you got a secure password on your administrator account?



    It's very easy to remotely restart a PC that is unprotected. Does it CRASH, or just reboot?



    Check your system logs (event viewer, in control panel, administrative tools)

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It looks like your computer is overheating. I am assuming that you place your laptop on a table and it works fine for 20 minutes. After it gets hot, it shuts down. If it did not shut down and turn off, it would burn up and die. The fans and vents on your laptop are on the bottom of your computer. Place your computer on something that will allow air to circulate and cool your computer. There are stands that you can buy from 20 to 50 dollars that you can place your laptop on that will alleviate this problem. Let me know if this solves your problem. Paul Marchand Paul@GoKWIC.Net

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  • Vizyun8 Feb 05, 2009

    Does your computer work without shutting down if the wifi is not connected? If this is true...your wifi is the problem. You should still allow your computer to breathe. Make sure that you have airflow to cool your computer...Vizyun8

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