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Hi DD, Does the cursor blink on the screen before turn off? There could be several causes for your PC's problem.The major ones though are:-
A virus invasion of your PC.
Your Operating System/boot log has corrupted.
Turn on the PC and press f8 on startup.Select to open on safe mode.Choose to open on a previously good working Operating System. If this works and the PC opens,you may have to transfer your important files to an external drive then try repairing the Operating System or probably re-install it again.But first:-
Check the RAM[s] and make sure they are properly seated in their slots.Your Notebook has 2 memory slots under the keyboard positioned one on top of the other.The expansion slot is the one on top of the primary memory slot.Access them by flipping over the laptop and unscrewing the back cover.There in the middle is the only compartment housing the RAM[s] and the PC's CMOS battery.Unscrew.Remove the RAM[s],clean their slots and the fix them again making sure they properly fit.
Check the hard disks power supply.Disconnect it and re-connect it again.
The Lenovo Y510 has a 250GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive, the only way to increase this is to purchase a bigger laptop hard drive from your nearest PC/Technology store. Take it in to their technitions and ask for assistance in the purchase of a bigger drive.
Unfortunately, while you have plenty of flexibility to upgrade with Desktop computers, this is not so much the case with laptops. The only items an end user can typically add/replace in a Notebook computer is the RAM and in some cases, the Hard Drive. This is due to the fact that almost everything on the computer (sound processor, audio graphics adapter, etc) is integrated into the motherboard with no expansion slots to attach third-party additions to. If you need a better graphics card, the better option would be to either use a desktop computer, or upgrade to a newer computer (both expensive, but necessary.)
1. You can buy a bigger hdd and replace the existing 2. If your system has the ability for a second hdd, you can buy a new disk and install it as a second hdd. 3. You can compress the existing disk to put more thing in it.4. you can delete unnecessary files, uninstall useless softwares, serach for duplicate files and delete extra copies of them and increase the free space.
should be no problem adding a larger hard drive....If I were you I'd compare some prices of Hard drives and choose the one thats suits best...you're not restricted to toshiba hard drives either....advantages of installing a larger hard drive really relate to what you use the laptop for....if you store lots of music or have lots of big programs then a larger hard drive makes sense....also you'll find it easier to get a 60gig hard drive than a 40gig as that size of drive is quite rare nowadays
To get at some parts takes some doing, but the AVERATEC 4200 AV4265-EH1 is user upgradable. The 80GB hard drive and one of the 256MB memory slots sit under a large bottom panel held in place by seven small screws. Removing two additional screws frees the hard drive. To reach the second RAM slot, you have to loosen one additional screw (labeled "D" in the manual but not on the notebook) inside the bottom compartment, pop out keyboard's four top latches, and lift it off. The RAM slot, the only exposed component beneath the keyboard, is easy to find. Another 256mb run both will surfice.