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PC SUDDENLY SROPS

WHILE WOKRING PC SUDDENLY STOPS AND MONITOR DISPLAYS 'NO SIGNAL'. ALL CONNECTIONS CHECKED AND FOUND OK BUT THE PROBLEM STILL PERSISTS SPECIALLY SOON AFTER OPENING THE PC THAT AFTER HALF AN HOUR AFTER OPENING PC.

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  • dkborthakur Mar 06, 2008

    The problem still persists. u see , when i come to the office , first i switch on my ups then cpu . but while doing so, monitor displays 'no signal'. after repeated try ,suddenly it becomes ok and i can do my job at computer. again some time (not daily) while working suddenly monitor displays'no signal' . then again i have to do the same thing that is on and off of cpu and suddenly it works. this is the problem.

  • Corey Bartlett May 11, 2010

    i need to know which power supply u are using as whell as what is connected to ur mother board such as drives etc. a motherboard r computer model number would also b nice



    if u r not sure then dont worry.....open the side of the case look on the motherboard and u should see a nuber written on it



    its usaly bold or placed on a sticker. i also need to know which windows u were using



    u don t have to give me all the info if u are not sure..just give me something to work wid n we'll look to solve it

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I think your system may be heated check out your processors temperature, heat seenk paste are avalebul for shop open proceessor fan heat seenk paste if it is very hot change your cpu fan.

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Have you tried to blow the dust out of the heat sink, because it sound like the cpu is overheating

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Check fopr swollen or leaking capacitors, they should be flat on top, if they have a crust or are dommed, they may be going bad, Clean out any dust, this is a known factor for causing overheating. Reseat all the devices that are plugged in like the video card and memory.

Is there enough fans blowing in and out. for every fan blowing air in, ther should be one blowing out so warm air is displaced evenly.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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I think your system may be heated check out your processors temperature, if it is very hot change your cpu fan.

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Ensure the computer is really sending a video signal. To bring the computer out of suspend mode: move the mouse, press the spacebar, and press the suspend button on the keyboard twice (the suspend button has an icon that looks like a quarter moon).
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Ensure the video cable is connected (and connected to the correct video port).
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Unplug the power cord.
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Press the power button on the monitor to turn on the monitor.
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Restart the computer and press F8 repeatedly after the first logo screen.
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Move the slider bar until the native resolution for the monitor is set, click OK and restart the computer.
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Check for nVidia video driver updates at nVidia Home Page (in English).
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Check for Intel video support and downloads, Intel Downloads (in English).
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