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Re: My coumputer truns on then shuts off
When u have virus in ur pc, it will come like this, may be due to some hardware device it could be also like this, so first try to recover by latest updated antivirus software and remove the virus and if its not going inside first u try to go to safemode whether its working no problem u take all backup and reformat and reinstall it. if its not going in safe mode try last known good configuration if the same problem try reinstalling windows
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You need to know the name of the update. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-windows_update/updates-trying-to-install-over-and-over-again/2a624908-f4b1-46d8-87ed-caa09674ff4f try this
To begin with, you must follow this tutorial to hook your Nintendo DS to your internet connection. This step requires Wifi, which, if you don't have, can be accessed at your local library, or even McDonalds.
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If you can make it to windows then go to start-run and type 'chkdsk' and hit enter. That will run check disk.
But I don't think that running a check disk will solve the problem, I am guessing that could be either a virus; because you tell me that norton went down at the same time your PC went down, in this case I recommend formating the drive; or it could be that your PC's cooler stopped working and the PC is overheating which causes an automatic shutdown to prevent the components from breaking down, in this case I recommend testing your PC's cooler and changing it if necessary.