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Restart my computer

I worried 4 my computer bec. restart automaticaly after 5mins. restart agian...wat this problem?tanx!i hope i solve it n ur good meeee!Godbless...

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Re: restart my computer

Start your computer in safe mode and watch the activity. it takes time to start in safe mode if it works for 15 to 20 min then scan your computer for virus. if it dosen't work then let me know tell me the exact activity of your computer.

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

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I am facing desktop screen vaibrashan proplem

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Lg 17" moniter power disconceted after 3 or 4 miniutes & many time power not on what is the problem

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This problem may occur due to wrong driver of display card or wrong display settings.
1- Start you computer in safe mode.
2- Remove display card driver.
3- Restart you computer.
4- Install display card driver (if it does not pick automatically).

Now it should show default settings. I hope it would solve your problem.

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First U go to Open Menu & go to Zoom option, select Zoom Function and press 30 sec
sercice manual is open Adjest UR settings & save it,turn of ur monitor.

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No Signal

your video card is the problem its probably scrap !
try to reinstall the video card software if nothing comes up see a tech to replave the video card the monitor is fine! you could try the wire tthat brings the signal in if you daont have a spare take the pc with the wire o a tech to see wat is wrong!

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Restarting my computer automatic

check that the cooling fans inside are working properly.  Computer will do that if it is overheating. 


shut down, unplug power cord, open case, use canned air and blow out all dust bunnies.  Pay special attention to the CPU cooling fins. Plug power back in, boot up and watch the fans.  Do they all spin up? and keep spinning? Keep hands out of the case when it's powered up.

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