Question about ASUS Computers & Internet
Screen freezes after 3 minutes of being on but not plugged in. I have to turn the notebook off and on again.
Posted by Anonymous on
This problem occurs due to multiple issues like:
You have disable graphic card
Outdated graphics drivers
Your system is overheating
Check whether the Fans are running properly
If problem still exists then use system optimizer like PCFresher to refresh PC.
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ASUS A6R HANGS AT STARTUP
Use original win xp cd and reapir it but befor that unplug hdd + ram and wait 20 min then repair ur hdd if not take live asistance with me and i will help u to fix it
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
SOURCE: ASUS notebook gone inactive
It is possible that you switched off the internal video display, enabling the external adapter. If this is the case, you should be able to plug in an external monitor, get your display back, and change monitors back to the internal one via software (display properties).
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
This definitely sounds like a heat problem. The system fan should cool it, but there may be a lot of dirt in the heat sink or along the path that the fan blows air. The first thing I would try is to get a can of canned air and blow it into all the vents under and on the side of the computer. If it is dusty, keep your face away.
You didn't say, but if you let the system cool down for a while (maybe 15 minutes or so) and start it up again and the same thing happens, it['s definitely a heat issue.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
Have you tried entering the 'Safe Mode?'
By tapping either F5 or F8 right after power on, you will interrupt the normal (currently ABnormal) Windows boot path and see a menu that will let you enter a mode with a terrible scattered Desktop but only very few Windows functions installed. One of the latter is probably bollixed.
If it worked OK in the last days, you may be able to use the saved (good) condition by reverting to it via the Restore routine. You can start this by clicking on Start, then Run, then entering in the provided window:
then click on OK.
Just follow the simple directions. This will not affect your recent (or past) work, it only restores settings and freshens files to a condition of an earlier point in time when things were good.
This won't always fix your problem if you have been invaded by some spiffy malware but it is a good place to start.
Let us know if this helped-
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
It is like the problem of hansen4859 here.
Please view the Solution #3 on the page above.
(please click helpful - yes)
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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