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Laptop powers off when im using it

How do i fix my problem? my laptop overheats and powers off by itself, leaving me to have to restart again and causing me to loose data and files i was recently working on.

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I have the same model and been an avid user for about 6 years now which is ancient in computer years. I had the same problem about a year ago, and I found what really worked was to take a can of that pressurized air to the fans and a load of dust came out of the vents. This truly saved my laptop, I was seriously thinking of throwing it out, but now I use it everyday, hope this helps.

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You need to back up your files.
also you need you need to change your battery.

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My computer keeps restarting itself everytime i play games? How can i fix this?


It seems your power supply can't supply your computer power as needed so you need to replace your power supply. Use 500 watts pure power supply to avoid this problem.

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This maybe heat problem.
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 small brush and can of compressed airto do this.

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I think my problem is the battery but im not yet sure.may laptop is not starting,the power light is not turning on but after few second it will restart.can you help me w/ my problem?


Im very sorry to hear that, please follow these simple steps for you to be able to isolate the exact problem.

1. Removed the battery.
2. Connect the laptop directly to the power outlet without using the battery just for the meantime.
3. Turn on the laptop. If the laptop is able to power on, that means that the AC adapter is working fine as well as the DC port. If the laptop is not able to turn on, it maybe the AC adapter itself or the DC port.
4. Try to use another AC adapter if possible, make sure that that AC adapter is working fine. If the laptop is still not turning on, the problem is with the DC port itself. In that case, you will need to replaced the Motherboard itself.

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Try disconnecting the power supply and start it on battery only.
After you see a screen display of some kind, the power supply can be reconnected.
If this does not work, then remove the battery and start the computer using the power supply only.
After the computer start up sequence is complete, the battery can be re-inserted into the computer.

If the computer continues to misbehave on later restarts, then follow the more rigorous BATTERY RECALIBRATION Procedure below.

1. Now, after the system is up and running with both the battery inside and the power supply connected, after taking note of the current settings so that they can be restored later, set the power plan to High Perfomance, set the computer to Never Sleep on Battery and on Power Supply, disconnect the power supply and allow the computer to run until it shuts itself off due to a low battery condition. This will discharge the battery and performs phase one of battery re-calibration.

2. Next, plug in the power supply, while leaving the battery in place and restart the computer. Allow the battery to fully recharge while leaving the power plan at High Performance and the Sleep to Never. This performs phase two of battery re-calibration.

3. Then, disconnect the power supply and allow the computer to run until it shuts itself off due to a low battery condition, again, now that it has a possibly better, fuller charge than in the previous charge/discharge cycle.

4. Again, restart the computer, connect the power supply and allow it to completely charge the battery.

5. Shut down the computer, disconnect the power supply.

6. Restart the computer and allow the computer to run until it shuts itself off due to a low battery condition again.

7. Now the battery has been recalibrated. Connect the power supply, restart/resume the computer and allow the battery to fully charge again. The Power Plan and Sleep Mode can be set back to their original settings at this time.

8. The above procedure should only need to be performed every six to twelve months to recalibrate the battery.

This condition sometimes happens to my HP Presario when I have left the power supply plugged into the computer with the battery in for several days or weeks at a time, without running on the battery alone for a while to discharge and recharge it a little bit.

HP recommends that when running your computer for more than two weeks from the power supply, the battery should be removed to slow the aging of the battery, which can cause the battery to lose capacity or fail prematurely.

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Frequent restarting and shutdown of my acer 4730

This defiantly sounds like an overhearing issue. There are numerous things you should/could do here to fix it...

1. Clean all the vents/ exhasts on your computer with a clean paint brush and a vacuum( some people like compressed air I prefer this method that way you know the dust is gone not blown further into the system.

2. Get usb powered fan cooling system from best buy or ebay. Your laptop will sit onto of this and it will cool the entire system and increase air flow.

3. Dust the area you use your computer. You dont want to pull in more dust to cause it to overheat again.

If the problem is overheating this should fix it. I would also listen for the fans to make sure they are on and functional if not you should send it in for repair or replace it yourself. If this doesn't fix anything I would try to boot from a cd and see if it randomly restarts if you leave it powered on for an extended period of time. If it does stay on I would do a software restore because the operating system is probably messed up.

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Just wrap it up in blanket while its on, be sure the fan is running and leave for about 2 hrs. It will come on but once it overheats again in normal use, u'll have the same problem.The GPU is the culprit (thermal heating).

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Lind a, I don't recall if this unit has an overheat sensor. Try it again and if it shuts off see if the vac feels very hot, but do not touch the switch, leave it in the on position, to cool down. When a vac overheats it will generally restart on its own in about 20 minutes if it has a heat sensor on the motor.
If your vac restarts, you either have a defective sensor or a blockage in the hose or filter area causing the motor to overheat.
If it does not restart your problem is electrical, sticking carbon brush on motor, bad cord, etc.
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Shuts itself down

helo,, you must change the power supply,, it has the problem

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