I just bought a Daewoo CT6720-C25 to replace another old desktop I had from a local computer repair service. I have had them look at it twice, but they have only been able to create the problem I am having once...but not sure what is wrong. It continually freezes, most of the time when I am on the internet or in my emails. The fan or something starts running and that is as far as I can go. If I try to shut down, it says saving files...but never shuts down. It just keeps running. I have to unplug the tower an leave it for at least an hour before I can plug it in and start over. I have Windows xp. I hope you can help. Thanks
Remove temp files from computer.
Press windows key + R then you can see type in run "%tmp%" without "" then press enter then remove all temp files.Type in run "prefetch" without "' then press enter remove all prefetch files.
Type in run "chkdsk /r" then press enter then press "y" then restart computer then it fix errors on harddrive.
Scan computer updated antivirus it is best antivirus.
Download it's free version from below link.
Download and install then update it from internet.
Then scan computer in boot time avast scanner.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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5 beeps notes a memory error. Here are the possible solutions:
1.) Take the computer to a local repair shop and have the test/replace/reinstall the memory
2.) You can open the case and reseat the memory. You would want to follow proper procedures including unplugging the computer and following anti-static procedures by grounding yourself against the metal case.
3.) Reseating the memory means popping the latches loose and reconnecting (reseating) the RAM. This link has more details on the procedure.
4.) If reseating the memory does not fix the issue, you will want to replace the RAM.
try with other disk if all disk getting same issue then you have to first clean your cdrom or dvdrom lense. For that you need disk cleaner disk pur chase it and put in rom then play it. then it clean lense.then check. if still face problem then you need to repair or replaced lense if it in warrenty replace it.
There is no problem with your computer as a whole it is your hardisk that has a problem, It cannot continue installing the system files because an error occur in your hardisk. Format your hardisk with other computer.
If you have an extra hardisk much better.
reboot the machine. tap the f8 key and select safe mode. boot into safe mode and see if the computer freezes up again.
in the event it doesnt, you have a bad driver or new software on the drive. to correct this go to gateway.com select your model and download any recent updates including the bios. also uninstall any new service packs or software you had loaded recently.
reboot machine and see if you have the same error.
if this continues or it froze in safemode you could have two problems,
1. Corrupt OS files, the fix: Restore Machine after backing up data. 2. GPU having issues and heating up to the point it turns off, the fix: Local repair shop or Gateway replace mobo or local repair shop reflow board.
Let me know what you try and what works! Good Luck!
what are the starting and freezing conditions. i mean it freeze at what end. in the start, when windows starts, or on the other stage.
if ur computer freezes at very start, where the ram, hdd show. then its some hardware fault. it can be b'coz of ram. so check ur ram or rams.
if ur computer freezes at the starting of widows then it can be hardware but mostly software/ windows problem. so repair ur windows or try to run it on safe mod. b'coz if it run on safe mode then it dead sure that ur windows files have been corrupted or missing.
Firstly, check to see if your manufacturer's warranty is still active. As long as it is not a custom-made machine, you should still have warranty repair service if you bought a service contract. Most of the time, a service contract comes with the purchase. at 18 months, most contracts will still ship you replacement parts but you will have to put it together.
If the retailer sold you their own custom made computer, then you have very little choice. The repair costs are going to vary according to where you live, but here's a general rule of thumb to go by: If the repairs cost more than 3/4 of that what a comparable replacement PC would cost, then go get a new one. Some stores will give you credit for exchanging old PC's. look around for stores doing that, as this will be the only way to recoup some of your costs.
Altrnatively, you can donate the computer as scrap to local charity who will take it apart and sell the parts. you will get full retail value as a write-of on your tax returns at the end of the year. Of course, this is only helpful if you file itemized deductions.