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When the CPU overheats then it will shut down (i.e. thermaloverload) and won't boot up again until it has cooled down. If this is theproblem is not fixed then the CPU will eventually fail. A faulty fan causes the problem or the fan and heat sink assembly are cloggedwith dust. Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan. If the fan and heat sink is clogged with dust the remove the dust and make surethe vents are clear and dust free. Use a can of compressed air to do this.
Usually if it has boot issues it is from the ram memory ..specially if it does like you said ..only ask for repeated action when it is cold..So , check the ram memory to be well plugged in ..and if you made changes , check for the specs on the newer ram module and be sure it is not on a higher speed or so ..cause it will not read it well and issues will be caused by it .. another thing can be some bad points on the hard disk ..and if you get a bad on the system it may fail to load for good..The idea is to reinstall the operation system from scratch using a boot-able disk ..and this may fix the issue for the moment ..until it will be stuck with a system file in a weak point .. The reinstalling is recommended also in case you added more ram memory and never reinstalled This action will force the computer to recognize the ram memory in proper way and run better .. If you see it is always makes issues when you put it to sleep mode or shut down ..you may enable the hibernate mode (from the power management panel ..(somewhere near the screen saver settings in the desktop properties ) ..and after that select for the actions when you press the main button to go to hibernate mode..This mode will always save what you have running and it is slightly different from the shut down cause it saves the running program and teh configuration used on moment ..and just load back the same way ..and it may force it to use the same points on the hard disk all over again when it starts .. I used this mode on computers with hard disk issues and it always worked better than starting over again .. I hope it was helpful and please do not forget to rate my answer .. Have a good day !
Once the drive is wiped that's about as far as one can get because there is no longer an OS to load. Power down the computer. Then turn it back on while hitting the "del" key repeatedly. If del doesn't work try the "F" keys, usually F2. Once in the BIOS, set the boot order for the cd/dvd drive to boot first. Exit using F10 to save. Insert your CD/DVD that has your operating system in the drive and reboot to install the new OS.
If you still can't get into the BIOS, power down the computer, unplug the power cord, remove the side panel and then remove the CMOS battery for 3 or 4 minutes. Put the battery back in and repeat the above instructions.
Ensure the games are being loaded properly. With the power turned off on the system, replace a Game Disc (printed side up) in the system, press down gently on the Game Disc until it locks on the center hub. Close the Disc Cover and press the power button ON to see if the game comes on the screen. Try this with a few of your games.
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Hi i have had a similar problem to this before. I never could get it open without force, but if it is only the disc you are after then i would recommend forcefully removing the disc with a knife opening the dvd slot or by unplugging everything and unscrewing the dvd player altogether there might be something lodged in the dvd player preventing it from reading or opening. Be sure to press the power button when you unplug as it may contain electricity still.
There reasons why your DVD tray won't eject
1, a cd got stuck inside
2, Motor belts are loose
3, Loading motor faulty
4, Main loading gear damaged
5, Somebody must have pushed the loading cd tray forcing it to load and waiting for it to load the cd by its self so it has jumped its setting .
If so you have to remove the loading tray and put back correclty then it should load by its self .
1 go to Philips,com
2 find your dvd type / model you have
3 down load the latest sortware / fermware file to a computer "its a .ZIP file"
4 unzip the file to your computer and burn it to a cd-rom disc
5 power up you Philips DVD load the ****
6 this vary importent you well see it it say UPGRADING - NO NOT POWER OFF
wait for it to finish first it took me about 3 minuts
7 after it was done it worked just fine