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Automatic shutdown, crashing applications & no startup repair

My pc automatically shutdown, on its own and the start up repair is already failing. Does this require a reformat or reset it to factory setting. I hope you can assist me on this. Thank you.

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I have lg laptop,always shut down while playing games or scanning for virus , a suddenly shut down , have a window vista home preium installed os and ram 2gb and hdd 180. can pls help.....

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Yes, sounds like some of you applications may have become corrupted. It happens over time. Find the backup program if XP >start>accessories>system tools>backup on Vista just type "backup" in the start box. You will see and option to back up all of your docs., email, web favorites, etc. Back them up then use the Windows disc reload the operating system You will also, have to reload your applications. That will take care of it. Good luck and let me know if you have any questions. Don't forget to rate this solution with 4 stars before you log out.

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