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The problem is that it shuts down right after I select any speed. All the rest of the buttons work (incline, fan, programs, etc). I first thought it was due to overheating but i normally run 3 -4 miles and I've never had this problem before. It started after I ran a mile then I went back to it to finish my workout and all of the sudden it shut off. Then, it stays off for a few minutes while the safety key still on then turns on showing a bunch of zeros then the normal screen shows up. Again, I tried the rest of the buttons but as soon as i hit any speed it shuts off as if it didn't have any power. I tried plugging it to a different power source and reset button but no luck. Any other suggestions? Thank you Victor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here are a couple of tips that I've collected that may address your problem.
Go to start>run>then type in "cmd" without the quotes. this will bring up the command prompt. next type in the following command: "shutdown -s" without the quotes again. This should tell your system to shutdown your computer entirely.
Try doing this. Hold down "ctrl" and left click "shutdown". This skips some windows XP shutdown procedure and should do the trick.
You cannot log off, restart, or shut down your Windows XP-based computer This article talks about an issue with Norton 2003 incompatibility.
Would appreciate any feedback as to which of these worked for you.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
SOURCE: Aspire 5610-4621
Do you have a battery installed or are you running on a power adaptor but no battery at all.
A couple of things I would think about. Firstly, if you do not have a battery installed, install one. There are pros and cons as to whether a battery should be left in if you always use mains. However, if there is a problem with the mains adaptor or any interruption caused by poor connections or intereference, the battery will keep your laptop alive.
Laptop power sockets are notoriously unreliable especially if you are constantly plugging in and removing the power adaptor. Make sure it is firmly pushed home and if it is loose, consider replacing the socket. Also the power lead may have become intermittent.
Yes it could easily be caused by heat. Ensure that there is sufficient ventilation to allow your computer to dissipate heat effectively. I always use a neat home made stand on all my laptops so that even if it sits on my bed there is plenty of room underneath and the vents are not covered or restricted. It only needs to be elevated by an inch or so. I always think of a computer needing to breathe and I don't want to suffocate it.
Can you hear the fan(s) operating? Laptops can end up as dust buckets. Have you made sure the fans and vents are reasonbly clean.
Finally, if you often take your laptop out, something may have worked loose inside such as a ribbon connector.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
SOURCE: Compaq notebook won't boot up
When you boot the computer back up go into Safe Mode and check to see if you can roll the computer back to the point before you installed the software.
If so this should work. If it works then run a virus scan, a defrag of the hard drive and cleans the temp files.
You can do a diagnostic startup and uninstall Onecare. So once that it is uninstall ed it should be smooth sailing.
Here is a link for some startup / diagnostic software you could try after booting.
I hope this helps
Posted on May 19, 2008
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