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Hi! Please take a good look at the motherboard for any blown capacitors. If there are blown capacitors, the computer may not work properly or it may work but cannot perform well and most likely will shut down. This may be the reason why the hard drive stops spinning. But if ever the capacitors are all good and no sign of leakage then you can start replacing the hard drive for i believe that its going to die any time soon. Hope this helps and have a good one!
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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