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Computer shutting off

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If you are using the battery instead of mains, you need to replace your battery. If you are using it on the mains and it's shutting down, it's over heating and you will need to replace the heatsink or the systemboard. if you have some diagnostic software, run that which will tell you what's wrong with it.

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El1850g-42w shuts down for no reason


Does it shut down, or shut off?
Shutting off can be a heat issue where it gets so hot it shuts off to protect itself. Check the processor fan to make sure it is spinning, clean out all the dust in the system. BE CAREFUL TO REMAIN GROUNDED SO YOU DON'T SHOCK THE COMPUTER WITH STATIC ELECTRICITY!
Shutting down could be a virus, an installation program in a loop, and whole number of issues that would be too long to go into here. If this is the case, call a professional.

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NEC GMS08N speakers hum


I had the same problem. Be careful not to use a stereo 3.5 mm to stereo 3.5 mm cable (same at both ends); and do not plug it from your computer output into the speaker 3.5 mm "out" as it is will transfer the sound but seems to cause feedback. It is tempting to do as this looks like how it should be wired - similar to most other speakers. But it says "out" not "input" on the speaker. My motherboard burned out - for some reason... I hope not because of this, but maybe. Use the stereo 3.5 mm to RCA/phono "line in" cable as others described on this site. I'm not really sure what the extra 3.5 mm "out" socket (next to the L speaker output) is for - maybe to connect more speakers?

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No Sound LGW234T-PF


The LG W2343T does not have speakers. So you can't plug in a 3.5 mm audio patch cable between the computer's line out or headphone jack and the monitor. (Similarly, other devices can't provide sound to the monitor.)

Are you using a desktop or a laptop? If you have a laptop, make sure that the correct audio drivers are loaded for your OS and make sure that the audio isn't muted (look in the lower right on a Windows system in the tray for the speaker icon). On an HP laptop, we had to use the Component Services (Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative tools > Component Services > Services in Windows 7) and stop all audio services and restart them. Then reboot the computer to use the internal speakers at a reasonable volume.

For any unit with external speakers (required for a desktop, optional for a laptop) , connect the speakers to the audio out port (green for 3.5 mm for single connection speakers, see the manual for other speakers) or the headset port. Next make sure that the device drivers are loaded and correct for your sound card (or motherboard audio). (Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Device Manager). If your sound isn't active, look at the Sound header. Then choose Manage Audio Devices and the Playback tab to select the desired speaker option. (Again these are for Windows 7).

If you still have no audio, make sure that the speakers have power (USB cord or AC adapter plugged in depending on the speakers). If it is USB powered, try a different port or a powered hub. If you have an AC adapter, check if it is warm. Some speakers have power/volume knobs. So check if they are on (if there is an LED, that is an easy check). If still no audio, try a different audio patch cable, if possible. Otherwise, try different speakers. There may be a damaged wire preventing the speakers from working. Depending on the problem and if your speakers are under warranty, it may be worth fixing or not.

Documentation for the monitor is available here: http://www.lg.com/us/computer-products/monitors/LG-lcd-monitor-W2343T-PF.jsp . Click on the Support tab.

If you want to use a stereo receiver with RCA audio inputs, you'll need an adapter or a 3.5 mm to RCA m/m audio cable.

I hope this helps.

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My dell mouse and keyboard doesnt want to turn on at all on my other dell computer for some reason like even after i plug it in and out still doesnt want to respond. So can you please help me how to fix...


if it isn't a usb mouse or keyboard you need to connect it when your computer is off.
if it does not solve the problem make sure at your bios settings the usb port are all enabled..

Turn off first and connect your device..

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Hello, my Optiplex, whenI am playng, suddenly shuts down. I mean there isn't a SW crash, only the PC shuts down and I am obliged to reboot. May be a temperature problem? Tanks Marco (Rome Italy)


Gaming consumes more CPU/ Processor resources and due to the heavy processing the PC heats up. Excessive heatup beyond usual is alarming and PC shuts down by itself when the processor/ CPU temperature exceeds the safe temperature limit. There are mainly two reasons for heatup.
Heating issue generally occurs due to fan failure, which may damage the system, if not checked properly. Another most likely cause of overheating is the dust present inside the PC, which clogs the fan and heatsink.
1. Make sure the fan is running. (if not, it needs replacement)
2. Clean the fan and heat sink (thermal module).
Take out the fan and heat sink. clean them with the help of tooth brush and put it back.
3. Also, make sure that the PC is placed in a well ventilated environment and the air flow the the PC is correct.
The procedure is very simple and I believe immediate action is required to prevent any damage to your machine and data.

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If there is an issue, highlight your touchpad, then right click and choose "Uninstall Driver".

After the driver is uninstalled, go to your start menu and shut down the computer, then restart it and the new driver should automatically reload into the system.

If its not a driver issue, then its the touchpad itself and you'll have to contact a technician for repair/replacement.

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When printing backgroud is grey


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Help!!!- Gateway w340ua. Brightness flickers and comp shuts off


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HP NC6000 GO ON AND GO OFF


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