Question about Gateway GT5220 PC Desktop
Was on web site when screen froze. I turned off hard drive and then turned back on. Nothing happening except for fan running in hard drive.
If you mean COMPUTER (not hard drive), then it could be bad RAM.
If you actually mean hard drive, then WTF did you do to the thing???
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
I would firstly disconnect from the net and delete the temp memory .
after that run a scan on your computer as your PC is infected and even with a virus protection infection do happen .
run the scan , make sure you have an up to date virus protection .
try also to press the following keys :
control , alt and delete in that order and see the task manager appearing .
have a good look at what is running which will give you an indication to what is running program wise .
if your PC does not run at all you have a more serious problem .
you may have to make sure that all your connections are ok ,
without knowing how and what happen i can only make up that your PC has crached the only fan running is the cooling fan for your power supply .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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