Question about Packard Bell Computers & Internet
Computer randomly goes off without warning and then reboots. Ive even cleaned it
Probablt the CPU is overheating. Clear all dust from the CPU fan and vents
Posted on Dec 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what you did is OK for minor fixes. mostly for application error.
you need to format the hard drive and install the OS again in order the OS to work properly. you may have some file that is left over that is cusing the shut-down.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Check to see if you nieghbor is not playing tricks on you. This sounds rel fishy that your computer reboots when connected to this guys router. Some one is loading something as soon as it is connected. Try loading it with you wireless acount instead of the nieghbors. Also make sure you have your current antvirus and firewalls loaded. But also check to see if Conflicker is an issue, this is a new virus that uses other computers as robots causing them to reboot and install software and make them do all kinds of illgal activites and this one writes to the bios.
Hope this information give you some idea please rate accordenly thanks.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Possibly what you thought was a virus was actually early signs of this very instability. Back up everything you care about on that machine at once! Then run diagnostics (google some good download sites and do the downloads to a floppy or CD on the other machine). You are probably looking at buying a replacement (few eMachines are worth repairing)
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
this problem occurs if your computers cooling is not as its necessary to be.try useing it with an open cabinet and see if the problem persists. if the problem still persists remve ur CPU fan and place some heat sink fluid and place it back on the cpu. then all your problems should be gone.
use a good antivirus to check for any viruses before this(just in case)
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
That's usually a damaged system file or a bad sector on your hdd. I recommend booting of your xp disk go to recovery console once you boot and run chkdsk /p and reboot when done.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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