I was told to come back here after my computer rebooted. PROBLEM
I was told to come back here after my computer restarted and now I have to pay again? My problem wasn't fixed yet. It was lyzmorato who told me to come back here. I feel ripped off and I'm going to pay for this again just so I may get my problem fixed.
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What are the circumstances: Programs running, temperature of room, position of unit, surface sitting on, Sounds like it is overheating or ram is failing for starters. Got this off consumer reports: By NatT96 from Los Angeles, CA (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
2.0 Limited Performance (DO NOT BUY) 8/23/2013 Pros Adequate Storage Quality Accessories Sleek Design Cons Ignored Boot Mgr Issue Overheating Poor customer support Poor Graphics Card Restarts Randomly Unreliable Performance Best Uses Internet Music Video Word Processing Comment: Got this PC as a gift. After two months of developing a large Android-based application project and playing high performing games on the computer, I have found out that the graphics card has already malfunctioned(Overheats), causing the PC to restart! Now get this, I called ASUS once and the person on the other line told me to back up a large hard drive to CD's.....seriously.The next day I called I told them that even Videos, Unity Pro, and Games on the PC simply restarted it over and over again. So what I was told is to by to a System recovery and go back in time on the computers main hard drive. Did not fix the restart issue.
Decide what kind of reboot you are going to do. A soft reboot is performed the way you are “supposed” to do it. For a soft Windows reboot, go to the Start menu and select “Shut Down” or “Restart.” The computer will then shut itself down. Clicking “Restart” makes it boot up without further intervention from you.
Perform a hard reboot by pushing the computer’s power button and holding it until the computer shuts down. Wait 45 seconds and restart the computer by pushing the power button again. You may have to start up in safe mode, but that also allows you the chance to restart properly or work on programs in a safer way. This method may cause you to lose data or mess up the operation of some of your programs. But it may be the only option if your computer's hard drive is frozen.
Power down all of the computer's components. Shut off all of the peripherals you have attached to your computer, and disconnect the cables. Then, plug all of the peripherals back in, and restart your computer. This can often solve problems with your hard drive.
Purchase and install a program such as Drive Reboot Restore PC 6.0 that streamlines the hard drive reboot process. These applications help prevent the problems that can develop after repeated computer use. They also ensure that your hard drive maintains the configuration you want each time you turn it on.
Investigate what the problem may be with your hard drive. Because of its delicate nature, your hard drive can very easily be thrown off.
do a system restore from the system repair when you first start it up it should tell you what key to press once you get into system repair you can use system restore to fix the problem or either go to safe mode and do it from there then it will fix your problem
Rip out to old drivers and reboot, then reinstall new ones, reboot again and retry.
To rip out: 1. Plug in Dynex device 2. Rt Click My Computer, manage, Devices. 3. Locate your Dynex device on Left side 4. Click to hilite and hit DEL key 5. Ans Yes 6. Shut down 7. Pull Dynex device 8. Restart 9. Goto site http://www.dynexproducts.com/t-drivers.aspx and DL new drivers 10. Unzip and Install new drivers (Pay attention where yhey go to) 11. Shutdown 12 Restart 13. Try Dynex again
If it STILL won't work, reinstall the last Windows service pack. and reboot and retry http://www.dynexproducts.com/t-drivers.aspx
by unplugging the adapter has not solved your problem because the driver is the cause of the crash.
Try booting in safe mode again, but this time select last known good configuration, or boot in VGA mode(when in VGA mode uninstall the driver in add/remove programmes), if you get into last known good configuration your pc is working as normal.
If none of the above work you may have to use your XP cd to do a system repair, if so post back